Megan's friend told Foss that the Duchess, a feminist, "felt pity" for the sister-in-law of the Duchess of Cambridge. For having been forced to wear a dress, heels and makeup a few hours after giving birth. Unlike Kate, Meghan will keep her baby plans private. In a personal statement, Meghan and Harry said: "Their royal queens have made a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their private baby.
"The duke and duchess expect to share the exciting news with everyone as soon as they have the opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family."
According to reports, it is likely that the couple will look for a picture at Windsor Castle at the time.
Royal commentator Duncan Larkom did not agree with their decision and said, "They are actually conducting the birth in virtual secrecy.
"Harry really hates being the subject of speculation, and it just shows his recklessness to the media.
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My friend Meghan said she wanted to reflect the warm parenting she received from her mother Doria Regaland.
Doria, who is a yoga teacher, believes that she has already left the US to be on the side of her daughter ready for the birth of Baby Sussex.
A friend of the family said: "Meghan and her generation are like two peas in a pod.Every perfectionists, both of them can have control, but know their minds for sure!
"They like things the way they like, and everyone in the family says that when they're together, Harry – who loves Doria very much – will have to sit in the backseat.
"He can not get a word.
A friend of Megan's estranged father, Thomas Markell, is allegedly "devastated" on the idea of not meeting his new grandson.
Thomas and Meghan reportedly fell a few days before the royal wedding after Thomas was discovered and was selling images of paparazzi staged.
The two were apparently very close while Megan was small.