Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are preparing for the arrival of their first royal baby together. With excitement growing over their spring due date, royal watchers have noted that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making some untraditional choices, from their eco nursery, to Meghan’s maternity wear choices with shorter hemlines. However, the parents-to-be are keeping one significant royal tradition.
Podcast ‘Royals’, from Australian magazine New Idea, hears from journalists Rebecca and Angela Mollard.
Ms Mollard revealed: “Generally they don’t find out the gender of the baby - that’s very typical in the royals, that’s not something they generally do.
“Particularly with first babies, they don’t find out.
“So, when they say they don’t know the gender, that’s highly likely that they don’t. That’s not something that they find out.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are keeping royal tradition in not knowing their baby's gender (Image: Getty)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Bristol this week (Image: Getty)
However, Ms Mollard said that Meghan and Harry may be the first royals