Meghan Markle Baby: Will we have an ICONIC photo of the Royal Baby outside the Lindo Wing?

It's possible that Meghan et Harry may abandon the royal tradition and not choose the Lindo wing as a hospital where the duchess gives birth. Indeed, by the time Meghan gives birth in the spring, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may have already passed from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage. Their new home is located within Windsor Castle and is much closer to Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, compared to the Lindo Wing in Paddington, West London.

The Lindo Wing is at 23 miles from Fromgore Cottage, while Frimley

Jess Ilse, royal commentator at the Royal Central, told, "I think if they moved to Frogmore Cottage by then, it may be easier for them to get to Frimley Park. . The hospital above the Lindo wing.

"We should be hearing from Kensington Palace over the coming months on the media plan surrounding the arrival of Baby Sussex.

"He and Kate arrived with the palace organizing a briefing session on how the press would learn that she is in labor, so I would expect the same details as on Meghan. "

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Meghan Markle baby:

Meghan Markle baby: the royal couple can choose Frimley Park rather than the Lindo wing (Image: Getty) 19659010] The Lindo Wing is a private maternity hospital at St Mary's Hospital and offers expecting moms luxurious facilities for the arrival of their child.

7 500 at night facilities even offer a celebratory tea with champagne to celebrate the arrival of the new

By comparison, Frimley Park does not have a private maternity wing, but offers "high quality maternity services" including en suite bathrooms, work rooms, birthing pools and the Juniper Birth Center. , which provides a living environment conducive to less risky births. .

Other members of the royal family who chose the hospital for the birth of their children include Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

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Their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, were born at the hospital in 2003 and 2007, respectively.

Just like the iconic photo taken outside the Lindo Wing where Kate and William posed with their three children, Sophie and Edward took a similar picture outside of Frimley Park with James and Louise.

"Sophie and Edward did the traditional photo. So outside of Frimley Park Hospital, it's not like Meghan and Harry could not do it as well, "said Ms. Ilse.

I think they will probably do it, if only to limit the interest of the press.

Baby Meghan Markle:

Sophie and Prince Edward with their son James, Viscount Severn outside Frimley Park (Image: Getty)

"They will want to spend the first family of three children and only family and friends visiting, so it would be better if the press does not follow them at home trying stealthy methods to take a picture of baby while they can stand outside the hospital for a quick photo call. "

There is a lot of speculation about when Meghan has to give birth, while some royal commentators think she must give birth in April, but the Duchess was photographed with a baby bump in bloom.

Some predict that she will have to give birth in March

Kensington Palace has confirmed that Meghan "is expecting a baby in the spring 2019", but it is unclear whether the palace follows the weather or astronomical calendar.

Baby Meghan Markle:

Baby Meghan Markle: Kate and William have chosen to have their three children at the Lindo Wing (Image: Getty)

If this is the first case, Meghan could give birth at any time from the beginning of March to the end.

And royal reporters Omid Scobie and Emily Andrews believe that Meghan was actually at 14 or 15 weeks when the pregnancy was announced, instead of 12 weeks ago.

Andrews said the following: podcast 'On Heir': "We understand that she was about 14 / 15 weeks old and so we think the baby should be born in April.

I think maybe March, I think the baby could be born in March. "

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