Forget Brexit, there's a new British royal baby on the way

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Charities supported by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been "floored" by an influx of donations, following an online campaign started by royal fans.

While Ms Dunne unfortunately spent her 99th birthday battling pneumonia in hospital, her daughter Michelle Haywood, told the Today Show that the Prince's letter has really lifted her mother's spirits.

In the ITV documentary, Secrets of the Royal Babies: Harry and Meghan, she said: "What normally happens is that there is an encrypted phone that can not be tapped and he will tell her a girl or boy".

But now the fallout between Meghan Markle and her father Thomas is facing a new hurdle - as both are up for Baftas.

Prince Harry Meghan Markle greet Daphne Dunne at Sydney Opera House on October 16, 2018, in Sydney, Australia. "It's another potential grandchild for Diana, it's the mixture of Harry and Meghan and it's less than a year since they were married so the interest is going to be enormous".

"Although it's not an official rule to tell the queen baby names in advance, the royals ask for her permission as a sign of respect", an insider informed the magazine.

The former USA actress will use a facility close to her Windsor home when she gives birth this month.

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A source told The Sun UK that another reason Meghan does not want to give girth at St Mary's is because she "doesn't want to copy what Kate did".

"She said 'I'm coming to London, can we meet up?' We went to my local pub, I had a couple of pints of real ale, she had a couple of Dirty Martinis and we chewed the fat for a couple of hours".

Veteran royal editor Robert Jobson from London's Evening Standard newspaper said it would be a very special baby whose arrival would match the excitement generated by the birth of Prince George, William's first son and a future king.

"I'll be more interested in this (royal baby) because Harry is the cool one, . he's the wild card, he's the ginger one", he said.

Although there are differences with norms in comparison to having royal blood and someone who does not have one, a person can still learn from it and can well adjust to the strict protocols if she or he is willing enough and most of all if given the chance and proper guidance.

In the past, Abigail has shared her thoughts on the Duchess of Sussex. The jewels are rumored to be from the Royal Collection - the largest private art collection in the world, according to The Daily Mail.

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