Meghan Markle is reportedly around eight months pregnant, but the royals have been (sadly) mum on any details surrounding the royal baby, given protocol.
Exactly when the duchess is set to give birth is not publicly known, but recent reports have given us a little more insight on Baby Sussex, including the confirmation of where he or she will be born.
Initially, it was assumed that given Meghan and Harry's upcoming move to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle, the royals may consider a hospital closer to Surrey, where the Countess of Wessex gave birth to her two children. However, new details are pointing to the Lindo Wing as the birthing center of choice, which is reportedly much more posh than Surrey's NHS-run Frimley Park Hospital. Page Six confirmed the news on Thursday.
“I would be hugely surprised if Meghan didn’t give birth at the Lindo wing. It has the security and the resources needed for a royal birth,” said a source to the outlet.
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According to reports, staff at the privately-run Lindo Wing in London have been told "not to take holiday in April." Said a source to the Telegraph, "Everyone thinks it’s got something to do with the royal baby but no one is confirming anything.”
The Lindo Wing is the £6,000-a-night hospital where Princess Diana gave birth to William and Harry and is also where Duchess Kate gave birth to her three children. It was also the hospital of choice for Kate Middleton's younger sister Pippa back in fall 2018.
It seems like the pricey hospital is fit for royalty. Allegedly, extravagant dishes made-to-order by chefs and lavish amenities are included in the Paddington center.
"Our world-class maternity care, combined with personalized service, will relax and reassure you throughout one of the most emotional and exciting experiences of your life," the hospital's brochure reportedly reads.
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