Prince Harry joins forces with Kate to commemorate Anzac Day

Lawrence Kim
April 26, 2019

The Royal Family gathered for Prince Louis's christening in July 2018.

Father-to-be the Duke of Sussex smiled broadly and appeared relaxed at an Anzac Day service as he awaits the birth of his first child. There are endless opportunities for toothy grins, from the very first shots we're bound to see following the baby's birth, to the christening, royal engagements and (fingers crossed!) a few candid Instagram snaps on the new Sussex account! All royal babies are christened, with family and friends of the parents chosen to be godparents.

Other clues that Meghan may have already given birth include the arrival of Daniel Martin, the child's godfather and the Duchess' close friend and makeup artist as well as Meghan's mother Doria Ragland.

Certainly, Meghan isn't following any of the royal scripts when it comes to childbirth preparations.

Mr Van Staubenzee's older brother Thomas van Straubenzee is godfather to Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge's daughter, Princess Charlotte.

Harry's attendance led bookies to shorten the odds on the baby being born in May.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal baby is due sometime in the next couple of weeks.

Baby Sussex will certainly make a holiday debut on the Sussex family Christmas card this year!

That hasn't kept the British media from speculating that Meghan will choose an American as a nanny - Mary Poppins be damned! - and possibly even put a man, or manny, in that crucial role. Markle reportedly has been thinking about applying for dual citizenship.

Joe Little, the managing editor of Majesty magazine, says many people have no issues with evolving traditions in the monarchy.

Though Markle is under a strict protocol to avoid expressing her political opinions as a member of the royal family, even in private, her past statements show she inarguably leans left-of-center to the point of endorsing Hillary in the 2016 election.

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