While Meghan Markle is supposed to be giving birth in a few days, a future mother went to the New York Times to request something quite strange of her. Check it out…
Her due date is approaching fast! In a few days, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will welcome their first child. But not everyone is excited about the new royal baby. A few days ago, an American woman wrote a column addressed to the Duchess of Sussex through the New York Times as was reported by Closer magazine.
But why? To ask her not to go out in front of the hospital with her child to pose for photographs so that other future mums don’t feel self-conscious.
‘You will soon give birth to one of the most anticipated babies in the world and like your princess predecessors, you’ll be expected to parade outside of the hospital in front of throngs of photographers to show off your new bundle of joy shortly after giving birth. You’ll smile, you’ll wave, you’ll be radiant, but between your legs will be a whole different story,’ explained Chelsea Hirschhorn.
‘Sure your blowdry will be perfect for your hospital step photo-op, but people will be opening on all the wrong things – like how soon you will fit into your pre-baby wardrobe – instead of having an honest conversation about what women go through during birth and immediately after,’ she continued.
This message will hopefully shed some light on the numerous insecurities that women experience after giving birth and especially the lack of realism on behalf of the Royal Family. Well said!
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