From acupuncture to a doula, here's how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are planning their baby's royal arrival

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hired a doula, a birthing assistant who provides support to a woman before and during birth. She would be the first royal in centuries to use a doula during childbirth.
News,Meghan Markle and Prince Harry,Prince Harry and Meghan Markle BabyMeghan Markle's public engagements will considerably be cut down and she will begin prepping for a natural delivery.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be welcoming their little bundle of joy in a few months time and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are prepping for the baby's arrival. The arrival is expected to be like any other arrival the Royals have seen before. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken quite a few royal traditions since their wedding in May 2018 and looks like the birth of their first child will be no exception. 

According to a report in Vogue Australia, the couple will soon be moving into their new home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, UK. As they move into the new home, Meghan Markle's public engagements will considerably be cut down and she will begin prepping for a natural delivery. The report stated that planning a natural delivery, an acupuncture regimen for Markle, and learning a labour technique called hypno-birthing will be on the schedule, sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex say.

Reportedly, Markle and Harry had resorted to acupuncture to deal with their wedding stress as well. Vogue Australia quoting sources reported that Markle has sought the help of celebrity acupuncturist Ross Barr to assist them as she comes to the end of her third trimester. “Meghan has been having regular acupuncture sessions to help her unwind and relax. It’s brilliant for the blood circulation and boosting blood flow to the uterus. She plans to use acupuncture right up to her due date,” a source close to Barr told Vogue.

 

 

Last week, The Sun reported that the couple have hired a doula, a birthing assistant who provides support to a woman before and during birth. She would be the first royal in centuries to use a doula during childbirth, according to The Sun.  

The royal couple on Monday visited children in Bristol and interacted with kids. They will attend the gala performance of The Wider Earth in support of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy next week. 

 

 

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