The stance, along with rumours in general have gained special attention online, with netizens reposting the assumptions as well as eagerly speculating about whether a royal member, who lives largely on British taxpayers' money, is entitled to privacy around child birth. While walking along the shores of Bondi Beach, Duchess Meghan took off her Castaner espadrille wedges, according to Glamour.
A friend of Prince Harry told the Daily Star Sunday: "Obviously Meg's into all the homeopathy, so none of us was shocked when we found out she'd been talking about a water birth". Meghan Markle has been a consummate professional ever since she gained the title of Duchess.
The royal household's gynaecologists Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who specialises in high-risk childbirth, were present at the births of all three of William and Kate's children. Apparently, the last straw was a row Meghan had with Prince William and Kate Middleton recently.
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The source added: "Meghan is a new-age woman, so obviously the birth will reflect everything about that, and the new generation her and Harry are bringing up". People seem to want dirt. "It did leave a few of us a little baffled".
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This should have the big Baby Show in front of the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital in London done.
"They're still part of the royal family, they love being part of the royal family and all that comes with that, but I think it also gives them breathing room for things that aren't traditional", Gayle continued.
But the main barrage of Twitter users appeared to back the panel's views, and agreed the couple owed the public at least some information following the birth.
"The birth of Baby Sussex will be a global event".