Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, To Visit Morocco For 'Babymoon' - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Friday, February 8, 2019

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, To Visit Morocco For 'Babymoon'

                                             The royal couple
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, and his heavily pregnant wife - the Duchess of Sussex; Meghan Markle,  are expected to leave Sussex for Morocco on a trip ahead of the birth of their first baby, who will be due in April, according to report.
The royal couple will be visiting Morocco, the north African  country, from February 23 to February 25  “at the request of Her Majesty’s Government,” the Kensington palace had announced on Friday.
It was learnt that the trip is said to be a working “babymoon,” ostensibly meant for  parents - to - be, ahead of the birth of their baby.
The Kensington palace added that the “full details of the visit will be announced in due course.”
Markle, who was said to be upset recently upon discovering that her half - sister, Samantha Markle, was doing a book on her without her knowledge, is entering the last lap of her pregnancy.
Samantha, 54, a writer, had revealed in April 2016 that she was writing a book to be called, 'The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister,' which the Duchess of Sussex deemed being taken advantage of, according to a close source. 
Meghan Markle reportedly burst into tears following the shocking discovery that Samantha, her estranged half-sister has an ambition to do a book about her.
However, it is believed that the Duchess of Sussex will likely give birth at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, England.
Prince Harry, his older brother Prince William and William’s children with wife Kate Middleton (Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis) were all born in the hospital’s private Lindo Wing, according to
The couple’s child will be seventh in line to the British throne after he or she is born.
Ernie Odih


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