Royal baby fever hits new highs every day, as fans continue to wait for Baby Sussex’s arrival. Now, Prince Harry has given what may be the biggest clue yet about when Duchess Meghan will give birth. On Wednesday (May 1), Buckingham Palace officially announced Harry will head to the Netherlands on May 8 and 9, so that likely means Baby Sussex is due to arrive before then!
It seems Harry is very keen to honour a commitment he made to officially launch the one year countdown for Invictus 2020 and will go if he can - it's been in the diary for a long time apparently! https://t.co/2rgJGXR7SR
— Emily Nash (@emynash) May 1, 2019
Harry’s official visit will see him take part in an engagement in Amsterdam. Then he will head to The Hague, where he will launch an official countdown marking one year before the 2020 Invictus Games take place in the Dutch city. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are also scheduled to be out of the UK at that time. They will make an official visit to Germany next week.
Harry made two surprise appearances over the last week. He has been keeping his schedule clear, as Meghan is due with Baby Sussex any day. On Thursday (April 25), he attended the Anzac Day service with Duchess Kate, and showed up at the London Marathon to cheer runners on Sunday (April 28).
Meghan and Harry have also been settling in to their new home of Frogmore Cottage while they wait for Baby Sussex’s birth. They’ve been hosting many family members, including the Queen, Zara and Mike Tindall and Kate and Prince William. Doria Ragland, Meghan’s mother, reportedly arrived in the UK last week, and has been spending time with her daughter and son-in-law as they prepare for this massive life change.