The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, happily announced the news of their soon to be born royal baby. Prince Harry and Meghan let their people know about this news when they arrived in Sydney on Monday after a 16-day tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The royal couple, who was married five months ago, was delighted to share the news of their upcoming baby as reported by the Kensington Palace.
The new royal baby will hold seventh position in the line of throne, which means it will be the eighth grandchild of Queen Elizabeth. The Queen and other members of the Kensington Palace were let known about this news on Friday on the gathering of Princess Eugiene’s wedding at the Windsor Palace.
Yet the royal baby is expected to be born in the next spring, Meghan has had her 12 weeks’ ultrasound. The Duchess’s mother, Doria Ragland, is excitedly delighted to welcome her grandchild.
The royal correspondent Jonny Dymond reported that nothing will change in the routine of the Palace. It will go on and on just the way it is, exception for the Duchess only in the case that she has to be more concerned about her ownself.
But the happy news is seemed to be facing opposition by some people, who are criticizing the royal couple on their pregnancy announcement, because they had announced it on the National day of remembrance of infant loss. The National Director of the Miscarriage Association, Ruth Bender Atik said “It’s not the couple’s mistake neither it can be called a mistake. Maybe they just weren’t aware of the day.”
On congratulating the royal couple, people would definitely be impatient for the next spring to see what’s in the suitcase!