Prince Harry joins forces with Kate to commemorate Anzac Day

Prince Harry joins forces with Kate to commemorate Anzac Day

"We know the baby is due, in fact I can tell you that the due date is pretty much today".

Baby Sussex, as the child is known ahead of its birth, will be a product of two cultures: its father a prince who is a symbol of Britain; its mother quintessentially American - a self-made TV star with a white father and an African American mother. Nearly 250 years after the United States launched a revolution to rid itself of the British royal family, the next royal baby could be an American.

Harry, who was not announced as a guest in case Meghan Markle went into labour, appeared at Westminster Abbey where he joined the congregation. It is indeed a big occasion for the royals and everyone is eager for details. However, they did reveal that the baby will arrive late April or early May. "They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing".

Prince Harry showed up alone on Easter Sunday at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. The brothers have reportedly been butting heads since before Harry married Meghan.

While the Duke of Cambridge was on the other side of the world in New Zealand to mark Anzac Day, the Duchess of Cambridge was set to honour the national day of remembrance for Australia and New Zealand in London with a surprise visit from Prince Harry. There too, he kept mum and avoided questions related to the royal baby.

Ah, the royal family has once again buzzed our radar.

Honestly, no one but Kate, William, and Rose know what really happened.

Harry's attendance led bookies to shorten the odds on the baby being born in May. According to a daily, The Sun, the cottage needs major renovation and as the due date of the baby's arrival is getting nearer and nearer, the cottage has a new nursery plus space for a gym and a yoga studio apart from the 10-bedrooms.

In another British royal news, had reported that expecting couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are reportedly considering moving to Africa.

This isn't the only royal family tradition Markle is reportedly shaking up.

Where will the baby be delivered?

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