Royal baby: Palace announces NEW details about Meghan Markle's birth plan

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Canada House last month More

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to keep plans for the birth of their baby private, they have confirmed, as they decide they will not undertake a Lindo Wing-style appearance to show their new arrival to the watching world.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to keep details about the arrangements for the birth of their baby private, Kensington Palace has said.

Gayle King, CBS This Morning's smartest cookie, will host the CBS News special Meghan and Harry Plus One, marking the one-year anniversary of the royal marriage and the birth of their first child, who will be the first British-American child to be in line for the throne. They will be a fourth grandchild for the Prince of Wales and an eighth great grandchild for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.

Oprah Winfrey, right, is defending Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and says the mom-to-be is "being portrayed unfairly". The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared on the hospital steps within hours of the births of their three children, George, five, Charlotte, three, and Louis, 11 months.

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William and Kate staged public photocalls to present their newborns to the waiting press, and the comings and goings, by royals and the Middleton family, from St Mary's in London were screened live around the globe.

At the beginning of the royal couple's relationship, blogs and outlets attempted to pick Markle apart and belittle her accomplishments due to the fact that she was a Black woman who grew up in the United States.

The name Diana remains the bookmaker's favourite, with odds of 4-1, followed by Victoria 8-1, Alice 10-1 and Grace 12-1.

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