MEGHAN Markle is feeling “comfortable” while being supported by Prince Harry and her mum Doria Ragland as she prepares to give birth.
Royal fans are in a frenzy over the date of the royal baby but palace insiders claim the Duchess of Sussex is feeling calm about her bundle of joy.
A friend told Harpers Bazaar: “They’re in their own bubble at the moment. Meg is with the most important people in her life… she’s calm.”
The insight from Meghan’s inner circle comes after an overexcited royal fan sent Brits into meltdown after spotting a police escorting a car lined with “pink blankets” through the streets of Windsor.
Tamoor Ali was left chanting “Meghan’s having a baby” after he caught the moment the motorcade whisked past lines of cars – before turning down a road towards the home the Duchess of Sussex shares with husband Prince Harry.
They’re in their own bubble at the moment. Meg is with the most important people in her life… she’s calm.
The 37-year-old was driving with his brother-in-law to the train station on Friday when they were ordered to pull over to the side of the road to let a row of black cars pass by with an escort from cops on motorbikes.
Speaking exclusively to the Sun Online, Mr Ali said: “We had got off the M4 and a police motorbike stopped us and asked us to pull to the left.
“Then we saw a vehicle that had pink paraphernalia at the back of the windscreen go past – it was going very slowly over speed bumps.
“It seemed to me some kind of blanket of some sort.
“It seemed like someone was in there who couldn’t handle speed bumps – a baby.”
WHEN WILL BABY SUSSEX ARRIVE?
Prince Harry, 34, and wife Meghan Markle confirmed they were pregnant in October last year, with a due date of Spring 2019.
And the Duchess of Sussex herself told fans she was expecting to give birth in late April or early May.
But royal watchers have been left desperate for news as her expected due date in April flew past with no news.
And many were left confused as Prince Harry announced he would be heading to Amsterdam next week.
Theories have been circulating in the past week that Meghan had already given birth, with her mum Doria making her way to the UK in recent weeks.
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Fans also pointed to her make-up artist’s arrival in the UK as signs the couple may have already welcomed their baby boy or girl.
Paddy Power claimed the flurry of bets placed on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex already having welcomed a baby girl overnight suggested “someone knows something”.
It is still not clear where Meghan will give birth after The Sun revealed on March 30 the Duchess shunned a birthing suite in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in London.
What will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby be called?
Bookies have already set odds on what Meghan and Harry’s first child will be called.
They think Italian moniker, Allegra, could be in the running after it’s been revealed it was one of Princess Diana’s favourite names.
It has entered the running this week, with bookies slashing odds from 100/1 to just 20/1.
As of May 1, these were the odds from William Hill.
- Diana – 4/1
- Victoria – 14/1
- Alice – 12/1
- Elizabeth – 20/1
- Grace – 8/1
- Mary – 25/1
- Arthur – 12/1
- Philip – 40/1
- Charles – 50/1
- William – 66/1
- Andrew – 66/1
- Thomas – 66/1
- Donald – 200/1
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