Wait a minute now! Is Baby Sussex already here?!
If you’re like me, you’ve been not-so-patiently waiting for Kensington Palace to announce that arrival of little Baby Sussex. Here’s what we know: the pregnancy was confirmed on October 15th, 2019, the due date was “Spring 2019,” and Meghan started her maternity leave the second week of March 2019.
The mom-to-be hasn’t been seen in over a month, and it appears that she’s quite enjoying the privacy (I can imagine it’s quite refreshing for her). On Thursday, April 11th, Kensington confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be keeping their birth experience private as they’d like to make their family a priority. Can you blame them?
But thanks to some very faithful royal watchers, many are speculating that Little Sussex is already here!
That’s right- he or she has already been born!
Here are the most significant clues. Meghan’s maternity began in mid-March. By now, she’s a month in. Even with a three-month leave planned, that leaves just two months to bond with baby before jumping back into work.
The other clue is that on April 5th, Meghan’s makeup artist was spotted in London. Famous for her wedding day makeup, Daniel Martin, had made another trip across the pond to do another iconic look: her first photos as a mother. Surely, Meghan wouldn’t plan a photo shoot- perhaps the most iconic photoshoot of her life- without her trusted makeup artist.
The last clue is Harry and Meghan have already acknowledged Baby Sussex’s arrival! That’s right! The couple’s mega-famous Instagram account featured a post about donations to charities instead of gifts and it was signed with “Harry and Meghan (And Baby Sussex).”
Not only that but just on April 18th, alleged medical vans were seen driving into Harry and Meghan’s Frogmore home. The images below featured two large vans- one without windows- driving onto the Frogmore property. Since the image has surfaced, fans believe that Meghan had a home birth.
Of course, only time will tell. But we can’t image Meghan to carry Baby S into May. What do you think? Let us know in the comment section!