Why Meghan Markle has chosen a VERY different birthing plan to Kate Middleton

Meghan MarkleMeghan Markle's birthing plan will be different from Kate Middleton's (Image: GETTY)

Meghan Markle, 37, is pregnant with her first baby and her due date is in spring this year. While we don’t know the Duchess of Sussex’s official due date, there is plenty of speculation it falls in March. Prince Harry’s, 34, wife has so far kept busy throughout her pregnancy, embarking on a two-week tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand the day they announced their baby news. As Meghan’s due date begins to draw closer, royal fans are discussing how her baby’s life will differ from those of her nieces and nephews; Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, nine months.

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There is even some talk that Meghan, who has had a straightforward pregnancy so far, might opt for a home birth

Katie Nicholl, Vanity Fair's Royal Correspondent

And it all begins with the former Suits actress’ birthing plan, as Meghan is thought to be planning a home birth.

While Prince William’s, 36, wife Kate Middleton, 36, gave birth to all three of her children in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, Meghan is said to be planning a more private birth.

Meghan apparently wants a different experience from the royal women before her, and as her and Prince Harry’s child is lower down in the ranks of heirs to the throne they can afford to do things a little differently.

Vanity Fair’s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl said the couple have been looking at their “options”.

The couple will be living in Windsor at Frogmore Cottage by the time their baby arrives, and they’re said to have discussed welcoming their child at home, or at a hospital in or

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