April has come and gone, and still no announcement of Baby Sussex.
After announcing their happy news in October 2018 just hours before embarking on a 16-day trip Down Under, Baby Sussex has been a popular theme amongst the headlines. And while Royal babies are always crowd-pleasing subjects in the online world, Baby Sussex is an especially trending topic.
Harry and Meghan have officially moved from their Kensington Palace and have moved to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor. The move came as a shock to almost everyone who believed that Harry and Meghan would join their siblings, William and Kate, at Kensington. While many considered what this meant between William and Harry, many also wondered what this meant for Meghan and Baby Sussex.
Similarly to her late mother-in-law, Princess Di, Meghan has proven that she will do what’s best for her and her growing family, rather than what is expected or traditional. One of the ways that Meghan has incorporated her desires into her new life as a Royal will be recognized in how she chooses to parent Baby Sussex. Her first change in order was to announce the desired privacy of their delivery and first couple days with their first-born child.
Since the Duke and Duchess have moved to Frogmore, they’ve been rumored to have a home-birth. This rumor was fueled when emergency vans and vehicles were spotted outside of Frogmore shortly after Meghan went on maternity leave.
A fan-operated Instagram account, “harry_megan_daily,” posted a picture of the Duke and Duchess with #BreakingNews and the caption, “It has been reported that a private ambulance with police escorts has been seen leaving Windsor!”
The caption went on to confirm that arrival of Baby Sussex was still not confirmed. However, the user states, "No word on if the Duchess of Sussex is in that hospital ambulance; however, we would definitely get news from Buckingham Palace.”
Several sources believe that if Meghan were transported away in an ambulance, she would be taken to a much closer and more private hospital called Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey. This hospital is just twenty minutes away, versus 40-minute drive to the Lindo Wing.
If Meghan was in fact in the ambulance, we are praying for her and Baby Sussex as we believe her first plan was a home-birth. An evaluation by ambulance could mean that Harry and Meghan are headed to Frimely and a home-birth is officially off the table. As of now, there is no moving date for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but several sources are claiming that it will happen sooner than later. What do you think?!