Kensington Palace Breaks Silence On Claims That Meghan And Harry Plan To Raise Gender Fluid Baby

March 4, 2019

Recently, the news about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s plans on raising their baby were all over the social media. Why, you ask? Because, apparently, the couple is thinking about raising their firstborn gender fluid.

Vanity Fair magazine published an article stating that first-time parents don’t want to put their child into a gender box, which tied very well with the fact that they chose a gender neutral nursery.

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But is it actually true?

Kensington Palace responds to allegations

The scandalous article claimed that the pregnant Duchess revealed on her baby shower that she and her husband are planning to raise their kid a gender-neutral way. Moreover, it was noted that Meghan used the word “fluid” when she was describing their decision.

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However, Kensington Palace released a statement regarding the claims to put down those rumors to bed. According to Hello!, the Palace stated that everything that was written in the article is not true.

Even though the magazine did add that there can be different ways to interpret the so-called Meghan’s words, the palace spokesman commented:

This story is totally false.

So, folks, pick your jaws from the floor, Meghan and Harry will not be raising their child gender fluid. However, we have a feeling their parenting methods might be very different from the Cambridge couple.

Meghan and Harry are expected to welcome their first child very soon now, but it has been reported that they don’t know the gender yet. The couple decided to keep it as a surprise.