Harry and Meghan's baby announcement might be inspired by the Swedish royals

Harry and Meghan's baby announcement might be inspired by the Swedish royals

Once Meghan Markle announced she was pregnant with her first child in October 2018, the exciting moment in her life eventually turned into a pregnancy riddled with harsh backlash and conspiracy theories.

According to Roya Nikkhah in an entry for The Sunday Times, the "surest sign that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are bent on carving out a new royal identity for the media age came with the launch last week of @sussexroyal".

With the 37-year-old expected to give birth any day now, reporter Afua Hirsch claims trolls have used the Duchess of Sussex's pregnancy to create a negative narrative.

Similarly, when Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden welcomed her second child, Prince Oscar, she shared a candid, unfiltered photo of her daughter Princess Estelle holding her baby brother. The former actress is continuing to do things her own way and has reportedly decided against using the Royal Household gynecologists during her delivery. Could the baby be a girl!?

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Typically, this happens with a posed photograph on the steps of the Lindo Wing of London's St Mary's hospital shortly after birth.

The royal pair have officially moved to Windsor, where they have taken up residence in their home at Frogmore Cottage. According to highly touted reports, the couple will also be releasing the first pictures of the soon to be born baby on this Instagram account, going against the royal protocol. The change in hospital may change the way the pair introduce their royal baby to the world.

"... Meghan keeps pushing the boundaries with the Royals and it's not being well received, least of all by Her Majesty".

In the anguished letter the Duchess said she was devastated by her her father's Thomas Markle's public attacks on her and she penned the anguished letter begging him to patch up their differences privately.

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