The couple today announced that they are to keep the details about the arrangements for the birth of their baby private.
Kensington Palace officials said in a statement that Harry and Meghan "look forward" to sharing the news of their baby's birth once they have had a chance to celebrate as a new family.
There will be no appearance on the hospital steps for this royal birth - and fans are feeling a tad ripped off.
But the Sussexes - who were married in May 2018 - have always done their own thing.More news: Tiger takes centre stage at Augusta
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The source added: "Meghan is a new-age woman, so obviously the birth will reflect everything about that, and the new generation her and Harry are bringing up".
There's also much speculation around where Markle will give birth.
The nearby Princess Margaret Hospital and King Edward VII Hospital may be their choice along with Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey where Harry's aunt, Sophie, Countess of Wessex had her two children.
Meghan Markle and Doria Ragland arrive at Cliveden House Hotel on the National Trust's Cliveden Estate to spend the night before her wedding to Prince Harry on May 18, 2018 in Berkshire, England. Anything the Queen can do, right? The Sussexes' communication will be headed up by newly appointed spokeswoman, PR heavyweight Sara Latham - who most recently led campaigns at communications firm Freuds, and was previously a senior adviser on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Do you think Catherine will be a good role model for Meghan as a first-time mum? On several occasions, Markle chose to forgo the traditional loose-fitting blouses and gowns that female members of the royal family usually don and wear dresses that hugged her curves and growing baby bump instead.