When will the royal baby arrive? Duchess Meghan is ‘due any day,’ new report says

By Zach Harper

This weekend could be a very busy one for the Royal Family in more than one way! Not only is Sunday the Queen’s 93rd birthday and the traditional Easter service she attends, but there’s a very real possibility Baby Sussex could come into the world sometime over the next few days. A royal source says Duchess Meghan is “due any day”!

The source told Entertainment Tonight it’s “wait and see” whether Meghan will appear at the Easter Sunday service. While she may not make it out to St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, she’s been enjoying prepping for Baby Sussex’s arrival at her new home of Frogmore Cottagewith Prince Harry.

“It is such a happy and exciting time for Meghan,” the source told ET. “She looks absolutely radiant and is taking each day at a time. [She is] looking forward to becoming a mother.”

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Last week, Meghan and Harry announced they were keeping birth plans for Baby Sussex private, meaning we won’t know where Meghan will give birth to the royal baby. Earlier this week, we askedHELLO! Canada readers if they thought the duchess would opt for a home birth or whether she’d have her first child in the hospital. It was a very close poll, but the majority of our readers (52 per cent) felt the 37-year-old would welcome Baby Sussex in a hospital.

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