Royal Expert Says Meghan and Harry’s Baby to Be ‘Welcomed with Open Arms’ by Family

Royal Expert Says Meghan and Harry’s Baby to Be ‘Welcomed with Open Arms’ by Family

- A Royal expert believes that the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan's little girl could heal the feuding Royal Family

- Harry and Meghan announced they'd be having their daughter on Valentine's Day this year

-The news comes in the wake of continued disagreements between the conflicted Royal Family

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The birth of Meghan and Harry's new daughter could unify the Royal Family who "will welcome the new baby with open arms", a royals expert has claimed.

Royal Expert Says Meghan and Harry’s Baby to Be ‘Welcomed With Open Arms’ by Family
The royals are expecting a daughter. Images: Getty
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It comes at a turbulent time for the family after the Sussexes opened up about their decision to leave the Royal Family for the US, and Prince Harry's controversial revelations about his upbringing continue to rattle the palace.

The Daily Express reports that Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, announced they were expecting a second baby on Valentine's Day this year and Meghan is expected to give birth to a daughter this summer.

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According to a previous article by Mirror UK, one expert Nick Bullen believes the birth of Meghan and Harry's daughter could heal the damaged relationship.

“I am sure the royal family will welcome the new baby with open arms. A new life is often a great way to help try and repair the rifts in any family, royal or not,” he added.

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have made headline news back-to-back since they stepped down from royal duties in 2020.

Their most publicised interview was with celebrated media personality Oprah Winfrey where the couple shared their supposed disappointing times at the royal palace. Harry, on his part, has also shown open criticism over how his father Prince Charles raised him claiming that he endured genetic pain growing up.

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According to him, one of the reasons for wanting out of the royal lifestyle was to 'break the cycle' so that his children do not endure the same struggle. The chronology of events and his timing have caught the attention of many, with pundits questioning whether the Duke of Sussex is pursuing fame at the expense of his family.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, editor of The Spectator Amber Athey posits that Harry chose the worst time and approach to talk about mental health.

"There's the question of this effect on the Queen (Elizabeth II) who Prince Harry apparently still loves very much must still be devastated by the loss of her husband (Prince Phillip) and Harry has chosen this time to attack him publicly," she explained.

She argues that for a man who recently mended a strained relationship with his brother Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, bringing up that topic undoes all the milestones they had achieved in the truce. Adom, however, opines that Harry is opening up about mental health because it is the right thing for him to do apart from a platform for others to come out regarding the same.

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She underpins that his approach to things is meant to help him break the generational way of parenting that has been part of his family for decades.

"Prince Harry can walk into a room and say 'Hello' and 50 percent of that room will find a problem with it. It's because he chose to do his own thing and go his own way and people just cannot stand it," said Adom.

The analysts however agree that Harry seems comfortable doing everything for the sake of his wife and son Archie regardless of how negatively it portrays the royal family.

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