The Arrival Of Baby Sussex Will Be A Private Affair

It's been reported as shocking that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have insisted on privacy after the birth of their first baby. Their personal decision to avoid the limelight shows that they're also keeping the birth a surprise. The world will be forced to wait with bated breath for the revelation, ultimately making the reveal even more sensational. 

In a statement given by Buckingham Palace, "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people throughout the United Kingdom and around the world as they prepare to welcome their baby. The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family."

In essence their isolation is not designed to make a bold statement about writing their own narrative- rather, it's more sentimental than that. It’s about savoring the intimacy indicative of the first days following the birth of their first child. Despite their royal titles, the couple clearly long for normalcy- pure and simple.

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The Sun revealed that the Duchess of Sussex is also anticipated to break a four-decade royal tradition by rejecting to give birth in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London, England. This is likely the most powerful catalyst shaping the overall reaction of stupor indicative of Markle’s birth plan to date. Ideally, Markle will give birth at home, with midwives at her side.


In another discontinuity from royal tradition an expert claims that the couple will introduce their baby to the world over social media. Markle and Prince Harry recently created an Insagram account called sussexroyal. Within the first six minutes of its launch, the account gained more than 8000 followers. Now there are about 4.3 million followers who simply can't wait to meet the newest member of the royal family.

All families come with their own unique dynamics, struggles, and traditions. But as a new parent, it's crucial to do what best for oneself. Markle and Prince Harry will do just that with both passion and grace, continuing to epitomize themselves as uniquely royal. After all, some rules were made to be broken!

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