A few weeks ago, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex moved out of Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage, implying the very soon arrival of their first royal baby. The couple sincerely wanted to have their own spacey and private home so that the extended family could enjoy themselves to the fullest, and surely, create own household and way of life, apart from the Cambridge kin.
Is baby Sussex really here?
Kind of. Some royal fans are desperately convinced the royal baby is arriving this weekend — just upon the Queen's birthday and Easter. Ladbrokes has slashed the odds to 3/1 on Meghan Markle giving birth between Good Friday and Easter Monday.
According to spokesperson Jessica Bridge, royal fans would truly love the double celebration with Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday and the baby Sussex's arrival on Easter.
Punters are still convinced the Duke and Duchess will be welcoming a little girl into the world.
Hopefully, the young family will really welcome their first-ever baby safe and sound, no matter if it's a girl or a boy.
But the birth announcement is also unlikely
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex affirmed they are going to keep the baby's birth in deep privacy upon its arrival. The official statement claims:
Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private.
So, even if the baby Sussex is born over the weekend, the world will know after a while as Meghan and Harry don't want to pose for cameras and would like to keep their baby out of the spotlight.