Everyone, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, would like to know: Is Baby Sussex a boy or a girl? Although the sex of her firstborn is not yet known, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex apparently hope for a daughter. In fact, Meghan Markle already has a very sentimental gift for her little king.
Find out what gift Meghan Markle wants to give her daughter one day.
Do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a boy or a girl?
It is a tradition in the royal family to wait until the arrival of a baby to find out the sex. However, many speculated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have found out if they have a boy or girl at the 20-week mark (or earlier).
The Duchess of Sussex recently confirmed that the rumors do not apply. When she attended the Endeavor Fund Awards, Meghan Markle said, "We do not know," when asked about the gender of her firstborn. "We decided to keep it a secret," she confirmed.
Like Kate Middleton and other royal women before her (with the exception of Princess Diana, who was said to have known Prince Harry's sex before they arrived), Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will find out if they're on a king's future date of birth.
Both Want a Daughter
Though, of course, they would be happy both ways, both the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have both shared their hopes for a daughter separately. Following the announcement of her pregnancy last year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited their first royal tour in Australia. There, a fan told Prince Harry, "I hope it's a girl!" He replied, "Me too!"
Before Meghan Markle joined the royal family, she also thought of having a daughter. The former actress even has a special gift for her future princess.
The Gift of Meghan Markle to Her Daughter
When her television series Suits began her third season, the former American actress celebrated a major role. She invested in a French Cartier watch. "When I found out that Suits had been picked up for our third season – which felt like a milestone at the time – I totally decided and bought the two-color version," said the Duchess Hello! Magazine . In honor of her hard work, she left the watch with "To M.M. From MM and said, "I intend to give it to my daughter someday."
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a daughter, she has access to a catalog of Crown Jewels as well as pieces from the jewelry collection of her deceased grandmother (Princess Diana) – half of which belongs to Prince Harry. However, the watch is a symbol of something that Meghan Markle is likely to pass on to her future daughter.
A feminist and women's rights advocate, the Duchess of Sussex is likely to pass on her passions to her little Sussex princess. She'll also teach her about hard work – that's how Meghan Markle got the watch – and proud of her achievements.
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