AceShowbiz - Despite the massive interest, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have yet to reveal the sex of their unborn first child. However, royal fans seemingly are getting a hint at the baby's gender and the hint is coming from none other than Serena Williams, one of the Duchess of Sussex's best friends.
The Tennis star recently gave an interview in which she was asked to give her biggest advice to new moms. "Accept mistakes and don't expect to be perfect. We put so much pressure on ourselves," she responded.
While it was a solid advice, the most interesting part came in her next response. "My friend is pregnant, and she was like, 'My kid's gonna do this,' [and] I just looked at her like, 'No, she's not. No, you're not. She was like, 'I need to talk to you about tips,' because, yes, I had all of those high expectations," she said.
It could be seen that Serena used the word "she" when describing the baby that her friend is about to have. However, instead of Meghan, there was a chance that Serena was talking about her other friend who is also expecting.
But if Serena did a slip-up about Meghan's royal baby, then it contradicts the earlier report. Previously, it was said that Meghan and Harry will welcome a baby boy as Meghan's former "Suits" co-star Abigail Spencer was photographed arriving at the Mark Hotel in New York City, where she held her baby shower, with two separate gifts wrapped in blue.
Meghan is expected to give birth sometime this month. She is set to give birth at Croydon University Hospital, marking the first time for British royal family member to ever give birth in the South London burough.
"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex will give birth at Croydon University Hospital, Croydon," the Palace stated in a statement. "Their Royal Highnesses have chosen this hospital following a number of successful meetings with staff and midwives. They were both blown away by the hospital's facilities, which include a world-class maternity suite."
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appreciate all of the support they have received from people around the world since news of the pregnancy became public and are now looking forward to the delivery itself," continued the statement.