Serena Williams sent Meghan Markle diapers

Serena Williams sent Meghan Markle diapers

Serena Williams sent Meghan Markle diapers

► Royal watchers are eagerly awaiting the imminent arrival of Baby Sussex. The newspaper reports that the Duchess is planning on having as natural of a birth as possible. Or is she simply reflecting what most modern mums to be want?

Although royal gynecologists Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston won't lead the team, they will be present because the Queen's doctors aren't allowed to be completely excluded.

When Princess Madeleine of Sweden gave birth to her third child past year, the royal family shared the first glimpse of the newborn by posting a picture of her three children on Instagram.

The flagship programme at 5pm is watched by up to a million viewers, with a later bulletin broadcast at 6.30pm and regular short news updates throughout the day.

"The absolutely number one rule is don't rub the British people's noses in your wealth", said journalist Piers Morgan, a frequent critic of the duchess.

"I begged you to accept help - we sent someone to your home ... and instead of speaking to me to accept this or any help, you stopped answering your phone and chose to only speak to tabloids", she wrote.

"It's going to be really important to Meghan and Harry too".

Thomas Markle, 73, who was busted for selling stories to the press including set-up paparazzi shots, has not spoken to his daughter, 37, since previous year, when he missed her wedding to Prince Harry. "No, you're not. She was like, 'I need to talk to you about tips, ' because, yes, I had all of those high expectations".

The insider continued, "He's [Duke of Sussex] hoping Meghan will settle once the baby comes and he's putting this latest [polarizing] idea down to heightened emotions while being pregnant". "Even if she receives things from other trusts, for example, she made not have to pay tax on it but she has to tell the American tax authorities that she's in receipt of extra funds".

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