Just a few days before the birth of her future child, Meghan Markle has made a risky decision about her delivery.
Whilst we recently learned that Meghan Markle was refusing the Queen's doctors for her delivery, she has now made a completely different decision about the birth of her child. According to the Daily Mail, the Duchess of Sussex would like to give birth at home, in Windsor, and not have an epidural. Unlike Lady Di and Kate Middleton, who gave birth at St Mary's Hospital in London.
Some are calling this a risky choice for Meghan Markle, 37, who will be giving birth to her first child. Still, the duchess seems to be ready to take the risk: 'Meghan is in very good shape and she sees no reason why she could not give birth safely in her cottage,' a source told the Daily Mail.
However, this choice should be to Queen Elizabeth II's liking. Indeed, for her four children, Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward, the Queen of England gave birth at home. Meghan will also certainly have a highly-trained team of doctors around her, even if they're not the Queen's own team.