Meghan Markle is expected to give birth any day now.
She and Prince Harry announced they were expecting their first child while on a Royal tour in October 2018.
Since then many have been desperate to hear every possible detail about the Royal baby.
Royal tradition usually dictates many customs around the birth of a Royal, including who will be the first to know when the child has been born.
But the Duchess of Sussex could choose to snub a few of those traditions, including where she will give birth.
“You won’t find a more contemporary couple than Harry and Meghan”
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams
So who will join Meghan Markle in the delivery room?
There has been no official word on whether or not Doria will join her daughter in the delivery suite.
But Doria has been staying with her daughter and son-in-law for the past week.
So it wouldn’t be surprising if Meghan asked her mother to join her in the delivery room.
Meanwhile, Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has said he is “certain” Harry will be at the tot’s birth.
He added: “You won’t find a more contemporary couple than Harry and Meghan.”
However, royal tradition dictates birth is a female-only event and fathers are not allowed in the delivery room.
But this rule is believed to have been relaxed since the birth of Prince Charles.
Prince William was by Kate Middleton’s side when she gave birth to their children, and Harry is also expected to do the same.
It’s no secret that Meghan is incredibly close to her mother, Doria Ragland.
Meghan is widely expected to have a home birth.
And should that prove problematic Meghan is expected to give birth at Frimley Park Hospital in Windsor.
Royals have in recent years given birth at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in London.
That is where Kate gave birth to her three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
And it is where Prince Harry himself was born.