Previously, there had already been a series of news reports stating that Meghan Markle planned to give birth in the comfort of her home. – Frogmore Cottage. However, the latest information provided by the British newspaper The Sun says that the plans of the Duchess of Sussex may go down.
This is because, according to the publication, if Prince Harry's wife does not go into labor in the next 48 hours, then it will have to be induced at the hospital.
In fact, Meghan and Harry would move to Frimley Park Hospital, which is quite close to their home.
The possibility becomes even brighter if it is thought that Markle's pregnancy required some extra care because of his age, 37 years.
"Meghan is nervous about the complications that may arise, such as an emergency cesarean and does not want the pressure to appear immaculate at the hospital door only a few hours later," a source told the newspaper, stressing how Meghan will not appear so quickly. public.