Why Meghan won't give birth in the Lindo wing like sister-in-law Kate

Tanya Cunningham
April 1, 2019

Princess Diana's astrologer has used her expert knowledge to predict personality traits of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's first child - with the Duchess of Sussex due to give birth in April.

"I think people really fell in love with their love story", said Laura Hills, Assistant Editor (Features & Royal) at OK! Some royal families follow the traditional marriage arrangement to banish all possibilities of taking advantage and erase all doubts and difficulties of a background investigation.

According to New! magazine, a source echoed the rumors of Markle using these techniques, noting: "Meghan is determined it will be a totally natural experience and she's insisting absolutely no pain relief".

For example, just months after their royal wedding, Meghan Markle was rumored to have created a feud between her and Kate Middleton, apparently, it was during her wedding day that the Duchess of Sussex had a heated argument with the Duchess of Cambridge.

The new report states that Meghan and Harry want to avoid as much stress as possible, prompting them to choose a different location.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon welcome the newest addition to their family.

In a heartwarming gesture, Prince Harry made the birthday of his biggest fan extra special as he and Meghan Markle wrote a letter to her birthday.

"The next night she went out on a date with him (Prince Harry)".

United Kingdom tabloid The Sun is reporting that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have decided not to have their baby in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in central London.

While the location of the royal baby's arrival has not yet been confirmed, Express UK has shared details of Meghan's birthing plan. "He has come round to her way of thinking after seeing the huge benefits of inner wellness".

"She is a tremendous public speaker and she genuinely has a humanitarian heart".

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