The sign Meghan Markle is running the Sussex's Instagram account

Prince Charles Just Gave Royal Baby Watchers A Major Clue As To When Meghan Markle Will Deliver

Clues Meghan Markle is running new Sussex royal Instagram

The Duchess of Sussex now has citizenship in the United States, and in a statement made to CNN by Kensington Palace, a spokesperson confirmed that she will apply to become a British citizen.

In a recent statement, Harry and Meghan announced that they plan on keeping the birth of the baby a secret, which means royal fanatics won't be seeing Meghan pose for pictures on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital like previous royal moms, Bustle reports.

Books about the British royal family lie on the table around which the 41-year-old's labrador, named Windsor, plays with his favourite toy - a squeaky crown.

For a girl, Diana, in honour of Prince Harry's mother, has been a favourite, as well as Elizabeth and Victoria.

"90th...always something to look forward to".

The royal couple, who will soon be celebrating their first wedding anniversary on May 19, recently made their debut on Instagram.

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Meghan, who is currently "nesting" at the couple's new Frogmore Cottage residence is expected to give birth any day now.

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William, Kate and their children, Harry and Meghan, have particularly generated social media buzz.

Facebook fan page and YouTube channel about the now duchess. "Her biography, her life...her fashion style".

In Amman, Ala Mashharawi, content and social media editor at news website Al Bawaba, follows Kate and Meghan news, but his @meghanmarkle_arabic Instagram account focuses on the latter.

"Any new person that enters the royal family will attract a lot of attention..."

Other fans want to shine a light on royal work.

Samantha also said she thinks Meghan should take parenting advice from her sister-in-law Kate Middleton. Seventh in line for the throne, behind Prince Harry, the new child under the current decree will not have "His/Her Royal Highness" attached to the name.

"She can probably guide her in ways, how to help shelter the kids, while at the same time educating them and giving them a realistic sense on who they are in this busy world".

The post could have been written by Meghan's American head of communications Sara Latham, but many believe it sounds just like the LA-born and charity-loving duchess, despite referring to her in the third person.

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