Would Meghan Markle and Prince Harry already know the sex of the baby? That’s what biographer Ingrid Seward says, revealing that the couple would even think of the first name Diana.
A little Diana for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? According to briographer Ingrid Seward, Meghan Markle, pregnant with her second child, and Harry “already know the sex of the baby,” because “that’s the way it is in Los Angeles,” she said. And the couple would not feel obliged to choose a traditional royal name for Archie’s little brother or sister. Especially since their decision on Friday, February 19, the American actress and Princess Diana’s son are no longer part of the monarchy.
According to the expert, Meghan Markle, who would be 5 months pregnant and should therefore give birth this summer, and her husband would indeed be more inclined to opt for a more symbolic Victorian-style first name, around the colors. “For a boy, they could choose Red, which comes from Redmond, Blue or Grey.
And if it’s a girl, I think it could revolve around flowers – Daisy, Primrose, Violet or Ivy,” said Ingrid Seward. And the biographer doesn’t rule out the possibility that Meghan Markle will give birth to a little Diana. Harry’s mother’s first name is already at the top of the bookmakers’ speculations, along with Alfie and Alexandra.
A tribute to a military friend
Already for the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Diana had the upper hand when betting on the royal baby’s first name. In the end, the young parents chose an unconventional name. Archie is a choice that raised many questions and is actually a tribute to a friend of Prince Harry, Tom Archer-Burton, a military man nicknamed Archie. He was the prince’s mentor during his years in the army and especially in Afghanistan.
A symbolic date
Will Meghan Markle and Harry, now settled in California, this time pay tribute to Harry’s mother, if she is a little girl? Let’s recall that they have already paid tribute to Princess Diana when they announced the pregnancy of the ex-star of Suits. Indeed, the date chosen for their announcement, Valentine’s Day, is not insignificant since it is the day when Lady Diana revealed that she was pregnant with Prince Harry. Quite a symbol then.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave an interview to Spotify as part of Stream On. The Duchess of Sussex appears pregnant with her second child alongside her famous husband.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make a notable comeback in the media space. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have agreed to appear as part of the Stream On project organised by the Spotify streaming platform. This is a project of almost 2 hours, in which the artists will give a series of performances, interspersed with interventions by various personalities, including Halsey and J Balvin. The couple took the floor, sitting on a couch. Meghan Markle, pregnant with her second child, was wearing a sleeveless floral ballerina dress and Prince Harry a white shirt matching his black pants.
The tandem promoted the use of streaming around the world: “We use podcasting to broadcast powerful conversations. It inspires, challenges and educates.” Meghan Markle then spoke in support of the project: “We created Archwell Studios to ensure that we can make our voices heard that might not otherwise be heard and listen to the stories of others.” Prince Harry goes on to say, “We encourage everyone to share their vulnerabilities in this secure space.”
Break with the royal family
On February 19, Buckingham Palace announced the definitive break-up of the Sussex couple with the British Royal Family. Archie’s parents confirmed to Queen Elizabeth II that they did not intend to return as active members of the royal family. This was a conscious decision that the couple would have made after consultation with the monarch: “Following conversations with the Duke, the Queen has confirmed that by moving away from the work of the Royal Family, it is not possible for him to continue to assume the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public service,” the statement reads. A page is being turned.
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