Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to keep royal baby's arrival private


Meanwhile, the royal baby is expected to take over Prince Andrew's role in the Royal Family.

They have set up an Instagram account, leading to breathless speculation they may post the first pictures of their baby on that site.

"I think she's being portrayed unfairly", Winfrey said on Wednesday on CBS This Morning while discussing her upcoming partnership with Prince Harry on a mental health documentary series for Apple. One other particularly cute snap shows little Meghan taking her first steps outside and walking up to the camera with her mum propping her up.

As far as Markle is concerned, the former Suits star is now getting ready to give birth to her first child with Prince Harry. Just last week, the couple moved into their new house, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor, where they will raise their child.

It's also worth remembering Harry has expressed his frustration towards the press on many occasions - including their attitudes towards Meghan's racial background.

The Palace insider added that naturally, the Meghan and Harry's birth plan could change.

"The birth of Baby Sussex will be a global event".

Will and his wife Kate Middleton followed suit decades later with all three of their own children and up until the Palace's announcement it was assumed that Harry and Meghan would do the same. But Kensington Palace just officially released a statement on the matter.

Telling how Samantha hardly knew their half sister and didn't spend any time with her, he said: 'She was very jealous of Meghan from the very beginning and still to this very day'.

The Duchess of Sussex is now on maternity leave - meaning she didn't join her husband on his visit to Dagenham yesterday (Thursday) - and is expected to give birth in the coming weeks. This announcement likely means that the royal couple will not be participating in the usual post-birth photo-op with their newborn.

The special event usually takes place when the bub is two to four months old - so will we have to wait that long to get a glimpse of Baby Sussex?

Side note - the youngest Cambridge was snapped by mum Kate - will Harry or Megs jump behind the camera themselves when the time comes?