The Duchess of Sussex chose to use a customized team of female doctors for the birth instead of Queen Elizabeth's doctors, reports The Daily Mail. "You can't hide, '" she said to Vanity Fair for their Meghan cover issue.
"It is slightly surprising", another source said.
"Remember this baby is not going to be a future king or queen".
"Working for the Royal Household is seen as an honor and attracts other high-profile fee-paying patients", an insider explained.
Nikkhah added that with a couple of intimate family photos the Sussexes may soon become the world's most-liked royals based on social media likes.
This tension flared when the 37-year-old flew to NY for an extravagant 3-day baby shower with celebrity friends including Amal Clooney, reportedly costing £300,000 (347,500 euros; $391,450) and leading to a barrage of criticism.
"Above all, this is her birth, her baby, and she must do whatever feels right for her".
Meghan has appointed a female doctor to lead her delivery team, which. Markle is reportedly against the custom of dressing up to show off the newborn just hours after giving birth.
"Could you ask the Duchess of Excess to contribute some of her wardrobe allowance", said the most liked response, posted by user "OK".
If Meghan and Harry did want their child to follow a similar diet, it's likely the young royal wouldn't be completely vegan.
These anonymous sources aren't the only ones spilling the beans about Markle's baby.
Thomas Jr, shares the same father as Meghan and Samantha Markle - who he says changed her name from Yvonne Grant - he recalled how he lived with Samantha, their father and Doria Ragland for "three to four" years after Meghan was born.
"It has put pressure on her relationship with Harry".
Serena continued, "My friend is pregnant, and she was like, 'My kid's gonna do this, ' [and] I just looked at her like, 'No, she's not". "I told her, 'You've got to be who you are, Meghan".