Meghan Markle is planning a lot of things for the new royal baby that most of us wouldn't necessarily even think of, including making her very own baby food.
There are very few things in this world which tend to make the world stop and take notice. Sporting events such as the opening ceremony of the Olympics or the SuperBowl. We imagine a fair few people were dialed in to the moon landing as well although we are far too young to remember that, naturally.
The other thing that seems to bring us together as a society is the birth of a royal baby, and we have got exactly that to look forward to very, very soon. Although the exact due date has not been revealed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, it is assumed that the newest addition to the British royal family will be arriving sometime in late April, just in time to catch Avengers: Endgame, lucky thing.
We might not know the due date of the newest royal, but we do know a fair bit about what he or she can expect upon arrival. Meghan has already revealed that the baby's nursery is being decorated using vegan paint. Plus, the latest revelation, as reported by Cosmopolitan, is that the mom-to-be plans on making her own baby food for the little one.
A close friend of Meghan's told People that the Suits star's Californian roots are starting to shine through. "She’s being mindful of what she puts in her body and on her skin and even her at-home cleaning supplies," the friend explained. She then went on to say that will likely extend to what she puts in her baby's body too, hence the strong assumption that Meghan will be making her own baby food. That way she'll be able to keep track of exactly what her baby is eating.
When the little one does arrive, you can rest assured the world will come to a standstill once again and for the first few weeks, we will be clamoring for every little bit of information we can get. We live in a modern age and surprisingly, despite the history that comes with the British royal family, we have some modern royals to go along with it, hence the genuine interest in their lives from people both inside and outside the UK.