Meghan Markle latest news – Pregnant Duchess will give birth to baby girl 'ANY DAY' as Royal Family turmoil rumbles on

HEAVILY pregnant Meghan Markle is due to give birth any day now, experts are convinced.

The Duchess of Sussex has kept her official due date secret but during their interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, Meghan and Harry did say their baby daughter would be arriving "this summer".

However, the Daily Beast's respected Royalist newsletter believes the date may actually be in May of which there are only seven days remaining.

"The Royalist was always taught summer started in June, but there have also been rumors the baby was due sooner than that, so we think the answer is 'any day now'," the newsletter said.

If true it would mean Meghan's daughter would be born amid royal turmoil, with dad Harry relentlessly attacking her grandfather Prince Charles and barely on speaking terms with her uncle Prince William.

Read our Meghan and Harry live blog below for the very latest updates…

  • Joseph Gamp

    LA IS 'NEVER GOING TO BE THE SAME' AFTER MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY'S MOVE, NEIGHBOUR ROB LOWE JOKES

    LA is ‘never going to be the same’ after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s move, neighbour Rob Lowe jokes

  • Joseph Gamp

    HARRY INSISTS OPRAH INTERVIEW WAS DONE ‘COMPASSIONATELY’

    Prince Harry has insisted that the Oprah interview was done “compassionately” to leave room for reconciliation with his family.

    The Duke said that he was speaking the “truth” in a way that he hopes will allow for healing after the explosive CBS interview in March.

    Prince Harry said: “I like to think that we were able to speak truth in the most compassionate way possible therefore leaving an opening for reconciliation and healing.

    “The interview was about being real, being authentic, and hopefully sharing an experience that we know is relatable to people around the world, despite our unique privileged position.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    PRINCE HARRY SHARES CUTE VIDEO OF ARCHIE PLAYING ON THE BEACH IN NEW DOCUMENTARY – AND YOU CAN FINALLY SEE HIS FACE

    Prince Harry shares cute video of Archie playing on the beach in new documentary – and you can finally see his face

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN TOLD HARRY TO GET THERAPY

    Meghan Markle told Prince Harry to get therapy after he “acted like a 12-year-old” in a huge row, he has revealed.

    The Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in his new documentary series The Me You Can’t See he feared he’d lose his wife if he “didn’t fix himself”.

    Opening up about his mental health struggles, he said: “I was always the ‘yes’ man, I was always the one willing to say yes.

    “But that yes, yes, yes, yes of course, yes, led to burnout. And it was like someone had taken the lid off all of the emotions I had suppressed for so many years suddenly came to the forefront.

    “I saw GPs, I saw doctors, I saw therapists, I saw alternative therapists, I saw all sorts of people.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    BBC ANNOUNCES REVIEW

    The BBC board has announced it will “review the effectiveness of the BBC’s editorial policies and governance in detail”.

    In a statement, it said: “As members of the BBC board we were, like so many others, concerned by the findings in Lord Dyson’s report into the 1995 Panorama interview with Diana, Princess of Wales.

    “We accepted Lord Dyson’s findings in full and reiterate the apology we have offered to all those affected by the failings identified. We recognise the impact that the events it describes has had on so many people, not least those whose lives were personally affected by what happened. We also acknowledge that audiences had a right to expect better from the BBC.

    “As a board we believe that the BBC is a different organisation today, with different and stronger governance, as well as improved processes. Nevertheless, Lord Dyson’s report speaks to historic failings of oversight and these should be reflected upon. We must not just assume that mistakes of the past cannot be repeated today – we must make sure that this is the case.

    “We have confidence that the processes and guidelines in today’s BBC are much stronger than they were in 1995, but we know we must also do what we can to prevent such an incident happening again. As such, we think it is right that we review the effectiveness of the BBC’s editorial policies and governance in detail.”

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    SUSSEXES CONTACT VACCINE BOSSES

    Harry and Meghan shared a letter to the CEOs of AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and Novavax as they launched their campaign to "ensure equitable vaccine access globally".

    They asked the powerful bosses to "act with extraordinary purpose, responsibility, and leadership" to "increase global supply".

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY AND MEGHAN TO OPEN RELIEF CENTRE IN INDIA

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed they are planning to build a community relief centre in India to help "heal" the Covid-ravaged country.

    The announcement, posted to their official website Archewell, was made on the couple's third wedding anniversary.

    "As part of our ongoing philanthropic partnership, Archewell Foundation and World Central Kitchen are announcing plans today to build our next Community Relief Center in India, which is facing a devastating second wave of COVID-19," the announcement read.

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY OPENS UP ON FIRST AFRICA TRIP

    Reflecting on the months after his mother passed away, Harry opened up about how important his first trip to Africa was.

    "I think I was out there for at least two weeks," he said. "And it was such a cure. I just felt so free, it was a sense of escapism that I'd never felt before.

    "And then going back to the UK, knowing what I was going to be confronted with and knowing what I couldn't get away from was scary.

    "The trauma is very much geographical."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY REVEALS LONDON WAS A 'TRIGGER'

    Prince Harry has revealed returning to London was a "trigger" for him after Princess Diana's death as he tackled his personal traumas in an on-screen therapy session.

    In the doc – The Me You Can't See – the Duke of Sussex said he has a "hollow empty feeling of nervousness" whenever he arrives in the capital and admitted he feels "hunted and helpless" while he's there.

    When questioned by his therapist about how it makes him feel, Harry said: "[Like there] is no escape. There is no way out of this."

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  • Chiara Fiorillo

    ROYAL ROW

    Palace insiders have slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle claiming "nothing is ever their fault" after his attack on Prince Charles.

    The Duke, 36, claimed his dad, 72, “suffered” due to his upbringing by the Queen and Philip, then “treated me the way he was treated”.

    Harry also said he moved to California to “break the cycle” of pain for Meghan and their kids and escape his "genetic pain".

    But the couple have been blasted by insiders following his comments on a podcast hosted by Dax Shepard.

    One claimed: "Nothing ever appears to be their own fault".

    Another source said: "They appear to be making careers of talking about their previous ones. It is not helpful."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    'I FELT ASHAMED'

    Harry said: "I felt somewhat ashamed and defensive, like, 'how dare you, you're calling me a child'.

    "And she said 'no, I'm not calling you a child, I'm expressing sympathy and empathy for you for what happened to you when you were a child. You never processed it, you were never allowed to talk about it, and all of a sudden now it's coming up in different ways as projection.

    "That was a start of a learning journey for me. I became aware that I'd been living in a bubble within this family.

    "I was almost trapped in a thought process and mindset."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    CONTINUED

    Harry continued: "But it was meeting and being with Meghan. I knew that if I didn't do therapy and fix myself, then I was going to lose this woman who I could see spending the rest of my life with.

    "There was a lot of learning right at the beginning of our relationship. She was shocked to be coming backstage of the institution of the British Royal Family.

    "When she said, 'I think you need to see someone', it was in reaction to an argument we had.

    "In that argument, not knowing about it, I reverted back to 12-year-old Harry."

    Meghan told Harry to get therapyCredit: Apple Tv
  • Chiara Fiorillo

    MEGHAN TOLD HARRY TO GET THERAPY

    Meghan Markle told Prince Harry to get therapy after he "acted like a 12-year-old" in a huge row, he has revealed.

    The Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in his new documentary series The Me You Can't See he feared he'd lose his wife if he "didn't fix himself".

    Opening up about his mental health struggles, he said: "I was always the 'yes' man, I was always the one willing to say yes.

    "But that yes, yes, yes, yes of course, yes, led to burnout. And it was like someone had taken the lid off all of the emotions I had suppressed for so many years suddenly came to the forefront.

    "I saw GPs, I saw doctors, I saw therapists, I saw alternative therapists, I saw all sorts of people."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    ROYAL SNUB

    Members of the Royal Family didn't send public messages to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to celebrate their wedding anniversary last week.

    Kate and William, Prince Charles and the Queen all failed to share public message on social media to mark the couple's two year anniversary on May. 19.

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    THINKING ABOUT DIANA IS 'TOO PAINFUL', SAYS HARRY

    Prince Harry has said he can't think about his mother as it's too painful.

    The Duke of Sussex revealed the torment of attending Princess Diana's funeral – and how he is still haunted by "the sound of the horses' hooves going along the Mall".

    Harry opened up about the pain of the death of his mum, who died in a car crash when he was just 12, in his new documentary The Me You Can't See.

    The 36-year-old told Oprah Winfrey during the programme: "I don’t want to think about her because if I think about her, it’s going to bring up the fact that I can’t bring her back.

    "It’s just going to make me sad, what’s the point of thinking about something sad?"

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY AND MEGHAN'S DAUGHTER WILL BE A US CITIZEN

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex now live in a £11million mansion in Santa Barbara, California, after stepping down as senior royals last March.

    Their daughter will be granted American citizenship under the Fourteenth Amendment if she is born on American soil.

    She will become eighth in line to the throne, after Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Prince Harry and Archie.

    Meghan previously gave birth to Archie at London's Portland Hospital in 2019.

    Despite being born in the UK, Archie is likely to be eligible for dual nationality, although the family’s immigration status has not been made public.

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    ARCHIE AND SISTER TO STUDY IN THE US

    When Archie and his sister start school, Meghan and Harry will have a number of prestigious options to choose from.

    One of the top establishments in Montecito is Laguna Blanca, which is a private co-ed day school that says it “celebrates the worth of the individual”.

    It costs an eye-watering £20,000 a year and has a pupil teacher ratio of 6:1.

    Alternatively, they could opt for the exclusive Crane Country School – also £20,000 a year – which has the mantra that “rigor and joy go hand-in-hand.”

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    SERVICE IS UNIVERSAL

    Prince Harry has praised Robin Williams' son for showing him that service to others helped him to heal.

    The duke also spoke about comedian Robin Williams' son Zak opening up about his struggles and his dad's suicide in 2014.

    "What happened to him at his age and to me at my age it's remarkably similar," Harry said.

    "His service to others has helped heal him, and I think that was a really key moment.

    "It's been true for me starting the Invictus Games, to be able to create something to watch other people heal is part of our own healing process and I think that compassionate element of that, being able to put ourselves is someone else's shoes and being able to somehow help in that healing process is absolutely critical."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY'S FEAR OF LOSING MEGHAN

    The Duke of Sussex also revealed that he feared he would lose Meghan after she told him how she was going to attempt suicide.

    "Meghan decided to share with me the suicidal thoughts and the practicalities of how she was going to end her life," he said.

    "The scariest thing for her was her clarity of thought. She hadn't 'lost it.' She wasn't crazy. She wasn't self-medicating, be it through pills or through alcohol.

    "She was absolutely sober. She was completely sane. Yet in the quiet of night, these thoughts woke her up.

    "I'm somewhat ashamed of the way that I dealt with them."

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    ROYALS 'DISMAYED' AT HARRY'S CLAIMS

    The Royal Family will be "dismayed" by Prince Harry's latest broadside on his "nightmare" life – and William and Charles are "tearing out their hair", an expert says.

    Phil Dampier said chances of a reconciliation for the family are fading.

    "The royals will be dismayed and Charles and William will be tearing out what's left of their hair," he said.

    "It just seems to be another day and another whinge.

    "We need to be respectful of Harry's mental health, of course, but you do wonder – when he is going to stop? How much longer he can do this for?"

  • Chiara Fiorillo

    HARRY SHOULD 'STOP BEING WOKE LECTURING CELEB'

    Prince Harry should "back away from being a work lecturing celeb" because his "life sounds too much for him", a royal expert has said.

    Biographer Angela Levin said how "dreadful" it must be for the Duke of Sussex to think that his wife Meghan Markle will die like his late mum Princess Diana.

    Tweeting her reaction to Harry's mental health docuseries with Oprah Winfrey on Apple TV, Angela said: "How dreadful if Harry constantly thinks that he will lose Meghan like he did Diana and blames racism.

    "Plus can't get rid of M's threat to commit suicide.

    "His life sounds too much for him and he should back away from being a woke lecturing celebrity."

  • John Hall

    HARRY INSISTS OPRAH INTERVIEW WAS DONE 'COMPASSIONATELY'

    Prince Harry has insisted that the Oprah interview was done "compassionately" to leave room for reconciliation with his family.

    The Duke said that he was speaking the "truth" in a way that he hopes will allow for healing after the explosive CBS interview in March.

    Prince Harry said: "I like to think that we were able to speak truth in the most compassionate way possible therefore leaving an opening for reconciliation and healing.

    "The interview was about being real, being authentic, and hopefully sharing an experience that we know is relatable to people around the world, despite our unique privileged position."

  • John Hall

    CONTINUED

    Mr Jobson added: "He attacked his father, then he attacked his grandmother and shamefully his grandfather, who has just been buried.

    “I understand why Harry has to make a living but does he have to make a living continuously whining on about his family and the woes he believes were inflicted upon him?"

    He labelled Harry's interviews a "money-making exercise".

    "Why should somebody who is cut off at 36 suddenly be coming out with all these TV shows and these things?" he asked.

  • John Hall

    HARRY 'HELL-BENT' ON BLAMING CHARLES FOR HIS PROBLEMS

    Prince Harry is "hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems" – particularly father Charles, a royal expert has claimed.

    Robert Jobson, who was friends with Princess Diana and has written books on Philip and Charles, said the Duke of Sussex has behaved "shamefully" in recent weeks.

    In an episode of True Royalty's The Royal Beat, Mr Jobson laid into the Duke for his comments.

    "I thought it was pathetic actually," he said.

    "He was hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems and mainly his father."

  • John Hall

    TALK SHOW HOST SLAMMED FOR SAYING HARRY IS IN AN ‘EMOTIONALLY ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP’

    Candace Owens has been slammed for saying that Prince Harry is in an “emotionally abusive relationship” after being “groomed” by Meghan Markle.

    The controversial conservative made the comments after the first episode of a bombshell new interview where Harry detailed his and his wife’s mental health struggles.

    “I cannot say enough that Prince Harry is in an emotionally abusive relationship,” Owens wrote on Twitter.

    “Meghan has groomed him to believe that she is his mother reincarnate—only this time, he has a chance to save her. It is so disturbing to watch. Please stop putting cameras on him.”

    The shocking comments received backlash on social media, with someone dubbing Owens’ “obsession with Meghan” as “disturbing to watch.” Another person claimed “you’re jealous of Meghan,” with someone joking the Duchess of Sussex is “living rent free in your head.”

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