The Prince Harry (34) and Meghan Markle (37) wants everything runs smoothly on the day of her birth, so is unlikely to leave any detail to chance. As published by US Weekly, the Duchess of Sussex will be accompanied at the moment of giving birth by a person outside her team of doctors and their family environment.
The former American actress herself publicly announced that her first child will be born at the end of April or the beginning of May and that they still do not know the sex of the baby.
This is what is known as “doula”, a woman who provides emotional support during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum. If the rumours are true, he will be with Markle on the day of delivery. Their job is also to give information to the future parents.
“Meghan is focused on being calm and in that the birth is surrounded by positive energy, she believes a lot in these matters,” revealed a source to the cited publication, who maintains that this expert has visited the dukes in Kensington on several occasions.
Everything would indicate that Meghan will welcome her newborn at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, where the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, gave birth to her three children.
Apparently, according to press reports, the chosen one would have been Lauren Mishcon (40), a mother of three children. Her grandfather directed the legal firm Mishcon de Reya, who were hired to deal with the separation of Lady Di and Prince Charles in 1996.
And it has also been reported that Mishcon is advising Prince Harry on how he should treat his wife throughout this process. “She is doing everything she can to make sure that Meghan is comfortable and happy,” said the royal source.
Mishcon has neither denied or comment on the news when the british newspaper ‘The Sun’ has contacted her: “Obviously, I do not have the freedom to talk about who could be my hypothetical client,” she answered after being asked if she was busy in the month of April, which is when the birth of the real baby is expected.
The girl or boy will be the seventh in the line of succession to the throne, after Charles, Prince of Wales; of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and his three sons and Harry himself.