Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby's gender accidentally revealed by Serena Williams?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby's gender accidentally revealed by Serena Williams?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby's gender accidentally revealed by Serena Williams?

In just a few hours, their new profile amassed millions of followers and as of this writing, Prince Harry and Markle already have over four million followers.

According to Roya Nikkhah in an entry for The Sunday Times, the "surest sign that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are bent on carving out a new royal identity for the media age came with the launch last week of @sussexroyal". But with every day that passes, there's yet another newspaper story speculating over Meghan's birth plans.

Alan Farthing and Guy Thrope-Beeston, who are the royal household gynecologists, both specialize in high risk births.

Kate received praise, and criticism, after appearing on the steps of the hospital looking fully recovered, just hours after giving birth to her third baby Prince Louis in April a year ago. Princess Diana and Princess Anne have also been assisted by the doctors during the births of their children.

Daniel Martin, Meghan's makeup artist (he's behind her flawless wedding beauty look) and good friend, visited the couple in Windsor and blew up his Instagram Story with the receipts.

Her friend Serena Williams may have accidentally shared the little one's gender, according to People. The move shifts the idea of the royal pair welcoming their child at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's hospital.

As the anticipation builds, so too does the speculation as to how the modern royals will put their spin on old traditions - including introducing their bub to the world.

► Royal watchers are eagerly awaiting the imminent arrival of Baby Sussex.

Meghan's father Thomas has done a number of public interviews discussing his daughter and Prince Harry, even appearing on ITV's breakfast show, Good Morning, and speaking to Piers Morgan. He's not going to want that for his own children. "I also warned him and the Duchess it serves him right as they will be getting plenty of sleepless nights when the baby is born", the vet said.

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