Why You Might Not Hear About Megan And Harry's Bub When It's Born

Staying private


12 April 2019

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While the whole world is used to hearing about Royal babies just hours after they enter the world - this might not be the case for Meg and Harry's bub.

Kensington Palace officials said in a statement Thursday that Harry and Meghan "look forward" to sharing the news of their baby's birth once they have had a chance to celebrate privately as a new family.

What does this mean? We might not see Harry and Meghan pose for the world's photographers and TV crews on the hospital steps with their newborn. 

But while we're used to Kate and William following the tradition the pressure for Harry and Meghan is a lot less - meaning they'll be able to keep it low key - after all, Harry's only sixth in line for the throne! 

It's also worth remembering Harry has expressed his frustration towards the press on many occasions - including their attitudes towards Meghan's racial background. 

Harry and Meghan say they have not learned the gender of their baby, which is due in the next few weeks. 

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