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LONDON, March 4, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — On Saturday, spokespersons for Kensington Palace vehemently denied reports that Prince Harry and the former Meghan Markle are planning to raise their baby with a “fluid approach to gender.”

A Palace spokesperson told Hello magazine: “This story is totally false.” Despite reports that Markle is expecting to give birth to a male heir, there has been no official announcement yet as to the unborn baby’s sex.

A source told Vanity Fair magazine the Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to raise their child without reference to its natural sex. “Meghan has been talking to some of her friends about the birth and how she and Harry plan to raise their baby. Her exact word was 'fluid,’” the source told the magazine. “She said they plan to raise their child with a fluid approach to gender and they won’t be imposing any stereotypes.”

“According to sources who are helping with (their new home) renovations, the nursery itself is going to be very modern,” Katie Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight in January. “Don't expect to see any baby pink or baby blue. Apparently, it's going to be a monochrome palette — whites and grays, I'm told, will be the color theme for baby Sussex's nursery.”

Reports suggest that the royal couple will monitor their baby electronically while insisting on vegan paint infused with eucalyptus oil.

While no due date has been announced, there are reports that the baby can be expected to arrive in April. Prince Harry and his wife are reportedly getting their Frogmore Cottage residence ready. According to Vanity Fair, they do not plan to hire a nanny initially and will instead receive help from the prospective grandmother, Doria Ragland, who will reside with the royal couple.

In February, video showed the pregnant and pro-abortion duchess smiling in apparent reaction to a kick from the baby in her womb. The Duke of Sussex, aka Prince Harry, is the third grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. He married Markle on May 19, 2018. When a spokesman announced the good news last year, he said Duchess Meghan was “expecting a baby,” not a fetus.



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