The One Big Clue That Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Baby Will Be Born in the Next Few Days

Is it just us or does it feel like the royal baby is taking his or her sweet time? We are ready to see them already!

Well, it appears that the wait might be over in the next few days. There are a few key signs that point to Meghan Markle having her baby sooner rather than later.

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What is the biggest clue that Markle is preparing to give birth?

Having a baby is a monumental step in many women’s lives. From the moment the baby is born, your life is completely different. It’s no longer about you anymore, it’s all about the child.

So, naturally, a lot of women choose to have their own mothers around when they give birth to help and guide them through the process.

Markle’s mom, Doria Ragland, arrived in the UK over the weekend, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Which means that the royal family is preparing for the birth of baby Sussex any day now!

Are there any other clues that the baby is coming?

Markle’s mom arriving isn’t the only hint that the baby is almost ready to make his/her entrance into the world.

On Apr. 15th, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall announced that they were going on a three-day tour in Germany. The tour is set to begin on May 7 and will take them through Berlin, Leipzig, and Munich.

What’s important to note about this tour is the starting date. If Charles and Camilla plan on being out of the country at the beginning of May, then that probably means that baby Sussex will be born in the next few days or at the very beginning of May at the latest.

Where will baby Sussex be born?

Typically, the royal family has had their babies in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s. At least, that’s what they have done for the past four decades. Markle, however, has chosen not to have her baby there.

Instead, Markle has chosen to use a hospital that is closer to her new home, Frogmore Cottage.

“The child will not be born at the Lindo,” a source told The Sun. “She and Harry have decided that rather than go somewhere as public as the Lindo, they will allow Meghan to recover somewhere more private.”

An official location has not been announced yet.

When will we get to see baby Sussex?

When Prince William’s wife, Kate Middleton, had her children, she came out of the hospital shortly after the births and took photos, announcing to the world that the children were here. Markle will not be doing that.

“Buckingham Palace have announced media plans for the Duke & Duchess of Sussex’s baby,” royal correspondent Emily Andrews tweeted earlier this month. “Once #Meghan is in labour, we will be told (like #kate) but the couple will keep where private & won’t be appearing “on the hospital steps” afterwards. There will be a photo op once they’re home.”

Instead, Harry and Markle want to enjoy some time alone with their baby before introducing him/her to the masses.

“The couple want to enjoy the first few days with #babysussex before a photo op at Windsor Castle grounds,” Andrews continued. “It’s still unknown where they’ll have the baby, but it’s not the Lindo Wing. Maybe at home or a local hospital. Media will be told once #meghan is in labour & baby born.”

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