Back in January, Meghan Markle announced that her due date was in late April, early May. But now, her in-laws have made pinpointing the exact date a little easier.
On Monday, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, announced they’ll be visiting Germany May 7 for a three day tour. And as it’s assumed they’re both expected to be nearby when the baby is born, it’s probably also safe to assume Meghan will likely give birth before the trip begins.
Meghan and Harry recently announced plans that they’ll keep the arrival of their baby private, however, the Palace says they will announce when Meghan is in labor. Unlike past royal births, there will be no posing on the steps of the hospital.
The couple says they’ll release a photo of the new family of three shortly after the kiddo’s arrival, with an official photo-op planned in front of Windsor Castle a few days after the birth.