Say what? Prince Harry may have revealed the royal baby is here

Say what? Prince Harry may have revealed the royal baby is here

- Many believe that the new royal baby has arrived

- Harry spilled some tea that has people believing that Meghan has given birth

- The fact that the Queen has gone to see them has made speculations that much more real

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Say what? The new royal baby has arrived! The world is buzzing to find out if the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, and Prince Harry, have welcomed their first baby to the world.

Royal babies are a huge deal in the UK, but because of Meaghan and Harry’s popularity, their baby has become a big deal all over the world!

Briefly.co.za learnt that there is speculation that the second royal baby has been born.

The suspicion arose after Prince Harry issued a statement on Wednesday which revealed that he would be visiting the Netherlands next week to undertake an official engagement in Amsterdam, according to Metro UK.

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Harry had been planning the trip for some time but would not go until Meghan had given birth, thus why many now believe that the newest royal baby has been delivered in secret.

British radio DJ Chris Evans has made speculations even stronger as he highlighted the fact that the Queen had been to see Meghan and Harry at Frogmore Cottage. There is no other reason the Queen would make the trip other than to meet her newest grandchild.

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Meghan previously stated that the arrival of their baby will only be announced once she, Harry and the family have had time to celebrate and welcome the little one properly. So, the chances that the new royal baby has arrived, are very high!

Eeeeek, the anticipation is crippling!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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