Sweet Baby Sussex will be here sooner than we know and there’s no secret - the whole world is excited!
Kensington Palace was the first to announce the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s exciting news on Twitter, and when they did, the whole world went into a state of hysteria! As one of the most talked about couples in the words, fans couldn’t wait to meet their child.
Immediately following the announcement, PEOPLE confirmed that the Duchess had already had her 12-week ultrasound. Judging from the timeline, it would appear as though Meghan and Harry would be welcoming their firstborn in April 2019.
The excitement of this upcoming royal seems to be all anyone can talk about. But the first-time mom-to-be has been rather tightlipped on the matter. Only a couple times has she talked about her thoughts on motherhood.
In a video shared on Twitter (That has since been made “unsharable”) by Emily Spencer, Meghan gets congratulated on her on the family’s new addition. Meghan responded with a smile and placed a hand on her baby bump and told the crowd, “We’re nearly there!” Eeek! “Nearly there!” Immediately, fans took to social media to share about what “nearly there” means in terms of Baby Sussex.
But Meghan must have known what fans were wanting because on Meghan recently was overheard sharing some intimate thoughts on Baby Sussex! During the for the Endeavour Fund Awards reception at Draper’s Hall in London’s financial district, Meghan was speaking with one of the guests.
During the interaction regarding the Baby Sussex, Meghan shared, “We don’t know!” Implying she didn’t know the baby’s gender. She added, “We decided to keep it a secret! And then that way… Then it’s one of those things, like, no matter what it is, it’s still going to be a surprise!”
There you have it! Even the parents-to-be don’t know what they’re having! And given the constant probing about Baby Sussex, it’s probably best that Harry and Meghan don’t know! That way they don’t accidentally slip up! However, my guess is still that it’s a girl! What do you think?