Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

The sign Meghan Markle is running the Sussex's Instagram account

The sign Meghan Markle is running the Sussex's Instagram account

Most (if not, all) of the changes that have happened to Harry have been for the better, and we could argue that Harry's evolution from reckless, but lovable party boy to responsible and loving husband has made him all the more happy. As a result of the inspiring support they have received from all of you, Baby2Baby is one of four selected charities they would like to introduce you to.

Since the Duchess and Duke of Sussex have only announced that their first child is due sometime in the spring of 2019, royal baby watchers have tried to piece together that the former "Suits" actress will deliver sometime in April early May.

Ever since his marriage to Meghan Markle back in May 2018, Harry has been exuding happiness and joy, and yes, we think it's all because of his wife. It continues, "Their Royal Highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support - the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made!"

She did concede that Meghan could potentially "learn and grow" from the hypothetical scenario.

The post could have been written by Meghan's American head of communications Sara Latham, but many believe it sounds just like the LA-born and charity-loving duchess, despite referring to her in the third person.

Meghan is now thought to be nesting at the couple's new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, in the last few weeks of her pregnancy.

The Duchess of Sussex now has citizenship in the United States, and in a statement made to CNN by Kensington Palace, a spokesperson confirmed that she will apply to become a British citizen.

Unlike the previous arrival of royal babies, Meghan Markle won't be following the royal tradition like Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton who gave a first glimpse of her three kids when she stepped out of St Mary's hospital in London.

Kensington Palace confirmed Meghan and Harry's royal baby birth arrival will be kept private. Whether a $5 donation, £1000 contribution, offering to volunteer, or spreading the word - you've played your part. And the latest post hints that baby Sussex may have already arrived. Meghan has a close group of friends who are likely to come and visit her in Windsor during her maternity leave.

Royal expert and commentator Victoria Arbiter recently told 9Honey Harry and Meghan will eventually have no choice but to hire some help.

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