In the past, royals gave birth at home but the Lindo Wing has become a new tradition.
Princess Diana and Kate both opted for the private maternity unit and posed outside with their newborns.
But there are claims she could shun the Lindo Wing for US-owned hospital The Portland or Frimley Park Hospital which is closer to Frogmore Cottage, her and Harry’s new residence.
When the royal baby arrives the Queen should traditionally be told the news before anyone else.
However, there are reports Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland could be at her side for the birth meaning she could be the first to know about the new arrival.
Meghan Markle is just weeks away from her due date, which means a new royal baby will soon bless us with his or her adorable presence.
But who will make Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s godparent list, you ask? Surprisingly, not Prince William. But why? It all comes down to tradition, you see.
In the UK, it’s pretty common to pick a beloved sibling to be the godparent to your kid. Not so much in the royal family.
The 37-year-old, who is set to give birth later this month, apparently would rather not have ‘the men in suits’ overseeing her and husband Prince Harry’s first birth.
The Duchess of Sussex has decided not to go with Kate Middleton’s gynaecologists, Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston, who delivered George, Charlotte and Louis.
The Daily Mail reports that one source said: ‘Meghan said she doesn’t want the men in suits. She was adamant that she wanted her own people. It did leave a few of us a little baffled.’
Another said: ‘It is slightly surprising. These people [the Queen’s doctors] are the best of the best and when it comes down to it, their role would actually be very limited in the birth itself, assuming all goes to plan.’