The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are just weeks away from welcoming their first child together.
In January, during a visit to Birkenhead, Merseyside, Meghan revealed to excited fans that her due date was in late April or early May.
And with just days remaining, the proposed due date is being backed up by grandpa and grandma’s upcoming travel plans.
On Monday, it was announced that Prince Charles and Camilla will visit Germany on May 7.
“TRH’s visit is at the request of the British Government and will celebrate the UK-Germany relationship and its enduring importance to both countries,” the announcement reads.
“The Prince and The Duchess will visit Berlin, Leipzig and Munich during the four-day tour,” it was added in another tweet.
Since Charles and Camilla are expected to be nearby when Sussex baby is born, we can assume that Meghan will give birth prior to their May 7 trip.
No one can hold their excitement about Sussex baby.
During a walkabout in Cuba, Camilla was asked by American tourist if she was excited about the new baby. The Duchess happily replied: “Yes, very much so.”
And just one day after Harry and Meghan revealed they are expecting their first child, grandpa Charles was spotted on a whiskey distillery tour in Scotland.
He was asked whether he had toasted becoming a grandfather again. And Prince Charles revealed: “Oh yes, absolutely. Several times, thank you.”
With only weeks or maybe even days to go until little Sussex baby arrives, the Palace has finally released some information to the public about Meghan’s Birth Plan.
The couple decided they will keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private. There are no public appearances planned like Kate Middleton did after the birth of each of her three children on the steps in front of the hospital.
Still, they will announce when the Duchess of Sussex is in labor.
Reports say that a photo of the newborn will be shared a few days after the birth, potentially via the couple’s newly-established Instagram account, Sussex Royal.