Royal Baby Watch
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Royal Baby Watch
The newest addition to the Royal Family is almost here! Listen in for the latest details on Baby Sussex.
5 episodes, 2 hours 44 mins
Baby Sussex deep dive special! All your royal baby questions answered — plus, new engagements with Duchess Kate and the Queen
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The Sussexes Have Joined Instagram!
Brilliant news! Harry and Meghan must listen to the pod, because they have created an IG account just as we (and everyone else) hoped they would. They even broke a Guinness World Record in the process. There's no baby news yet, but the ladies discuss how Meghan's amazing fans threw her a global baby shower to raise money for charity. Plus, we have Harry doing ballet and Kate crawling in a leaf fort. Pour yourself a spring cocktail and listen in.
Meghan's baby bump holding and all the royal body language secrets
Meghan Markle's pregnancy has been notable for many things: the dramatic announcement as the royal tour began, thedesigner wardrobe- and cradling her bump throughout. The Duchess of Sussex has had a busy programme of engagements over the last few months, which have given royal watchers plenty of opportunities to observe how she is settling into royal life. Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper spoke to body language expert Judi James to discover why Meghan has been so keen to hold her bump - and the other signals the royals are sending. How has Prince Harry changed since Meghan's arrival? Do the Sussexes and the Cambridges get on? And how are William and Kate, Charles and Camilla's relationships in the month of their eighth and 14th wedding anniversaries?
Big Apple Baby Shower
Josh and Julie dissect Meghan Markle’s surprise trip to New York City for a not-so-secret baby shower.
Royal Baby: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Home Birth Plans (4.11.19)
Meghan Markle’s preference, according to the latest reports, is for a home birth. Although the palace wouldn’t comment on the arrangements around the birth to The Daily Beast, the reports certainly accord with her decision to hire her own female-led maternity team instead of using the queen’s OB-GYNs, whom she refers to as “men in suits” and who are all big believers in the supremacy of medical science and hospitals.
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