Meghan Markle baby BOMBSHELL claim: Duchess won’t do photoshoot after birth over ‘nerves’

The Duchess is expected to give birth to her first child later this month or in May. Last week it was announced Meghan and Harry have decided to keep details of the birth private. Nor will they pose for photographs with their new child immediately after it’s delivery.

Speaking to Yahoo UK royal commentator Omid Scobie claimed Meghan is feeling “quite nervous” ahead of the birth.

He said: “Everyone of course has an opinion about whether we should be the ones to see the baby first, but at the end of the day, what Meghan does with her baby and her body straight after giving birth is very much her personal decision.

“What we’ve heard from sources is she’s quite nervous, it’s her first baby, the nerves are really quite high at the moment and so for her to be able to actually cut out what makes it so stressful is probably quite a relief for her and Harry.”

The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to all three of her children at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s hospital, in Paddington.

After each delivery she posed outside the building with her husband and newly born child, creating a series of iconic shots.

There has been speculation Meghan is planning a home birth.

The Sussex’s recently moved into Frogmore Cottage, their new home near Windsor.

They had been living in Kensington Palace, the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Royal historian Anna Whitelock argued a photoshoot immediately after the newborn is delivered wouldn’t allow space for complications.

During an interview with Yahoo UK she commented: “If the child had been in the special baby care unit or anything, which lots of babies for a short time have to be in, they would all have to be explained because there is a sense that in a day or two days, there will be this photo opportunity.

“It doesn’t create any kind of opportunity for anything that might not be perfect to happen.

“I think in a way it’s remarkable that all of those things have, so far, up until now, all gone ok.”

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