Spring is just around the corner, and Meghan Markle enjoys the last few months of her pregnancy. The Duchess of Sussex is intended to give birth to her and Prince's first child in April or May 2019. Although they are in the midst of a massive life change, the royal couple has missed a battle so far. They have continued to attend many events while renovating their new home, Frogmore House. Markle, an ultra-organized former actress, has already got her birth plan in order. Will the Duchess use a doula when she is born?
What is a doula?
A doula is a non-medical professional whose sole purpose is to advocate on behalf of the mother. More and more women, especially women of color like Markle, who are more exposed to the risk during birth choose to have doulas at their side during work and delivery. Doulas is present to provide comfort and emotional support, but they do not replace doctors, nurses or midwives.
Is Meghan Markle with a doula?
When Meghan Markle runs up to birth, she works with a doula. According to US Weekly, "Markle reportedly used a doula during pregnancy that has visited her and Harry several times. Meghan focuses on calm and positive energy around birth ̵
Meghan Markle's Birth Plan  Alen Suits alum already has a birth plan in mind. Although this is Markle's first child, she and Prince Harry consider having a home birth instead of the traditional hospital birth at St Mary's Hospital Lindo Wing. As the prince and duchess will move to Frogmore House in Windsor – about an hour from London, Markle to St Mary's in the middle of work will be too far from a hike.
In addition to her doula and Prince Harry, Markle's mother Doria Ragland will also be present in the work and delivery room. Vanity Fair reports, "Doria plans to be a lot when the child comes, and there are plans for her to have a special space in her new home. She wants to be at hand to help Meghan and Harry with the child. Doria will be involved , and if she is involved, she will encourage Me to go to a natural birth. "
Will Meghan Markle post to the traditional post-born photo shoot?
Since Markle probably will not be born in Lindo, we doubt very much that she will be posing for the traditional born-born photo. After all, it seems absurd that any woman would like to engage in a full-fledged football just hours after giving birth
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