Royal Baby News: Study Shows Baby Sussex Can Arrive Ahead Of Meghan’s Due Date Because Of Her ‘Older Age’

Date May 3, 2019 13:14

Baby Sussex is just around the corner! But a study shows that 37-year-old Meghan Markle can give birth ahead of her due date. Does it mean Meghan belongs to the so-called category of ‘older moms’?


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How could Meghan’s age affect her baby birth date?

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan expect their first baby together any day now. Meghan is about to give birth in the first days of May.


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But it appears a recent study shows that the royal mom-to-be can be in a labour earlier than expected due to her age. What does it mean?

According to the study carried out by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists, and several other UK institutions, women older than 35 may give birth one or two weeks earlier than their due date.

As we know, Meghan Markle is almost 38. So she obviously may belong to the category of ‘older moms’.


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Nevertheless, we think there is no need to worry about Meghan, as the heavily pregnant Duchess has a highly-qualified medical staff in Frogmore Estate to take care of her when she is in labour.

Besides, her loving husband Harry is always by Meghan’s side, as well as her mother Doria, to make sure the mom-to-be has everything she needs while expecting a baby.


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Royal fans are so thrilled ahead of Baby Sussex arrival. We wish the lovely Meghan Markle to have easy labour and to welcome a healthy child.