Duchess Meghan is due to have her first child within a matter of weeks. From the pregnancy announcement, fans have eagerly waiting for the arrival of baby Sussex.
Just like when Kate gave birth to her three children, the same procedure is set to apply for Meghan. The Palace will announce on Twitter when Meghan she goes into labour.
However, we still don’t have any information about where and when Meghan will be giving birth, as it seems that the Lindo Wing, where Kate gave birth to all three of her children, isn’t the only option.
We will know for certain what hospital the Duchess chose when the parking restrictions are put in place. Last year, 10 days before Prince Louis arrived in April 2018, the parking restrictions were put up outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in London on 9 April.
The Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, is among the other options. It is the Hospital where the Countess of Wessex welcomed her children Louise and James. Another choice is the Portland Hospital in London, where Sarah, Duchess of York gave birth to, Beatrice and Eugenie.
Some sources claim that Meghan will opt for a maternity unit near to her and Harry’s home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, to avoid the ‘stress’ of the massive global interest in her pregnancy.
While we still wait for official information, according to Betfair the odds on the couple having a girl have been slashed from 10/11 to 1/2 as the baby’s due date gets closer.
According to HELLO!, Katie Baylis, Betfair spokesperson, said: “Following a significant bet this afternoon we’ve slashed the odds of the Royal baby being a girl from 10/11 to 1/2 , with a boy now out to 6/4. This bet is one of the biggest we’ve seen on the Royal Baby markets this year so could be a big clue that we will have a new Princess in the coming weeks.”