Hailed as a breath of fresh air in a stuffy institution, Prince Harry’s wife Meghan is set to test the limits of the British monarchy’s desire to modernise when their first baby arrives in April-May.
Meghan’s new-age ideals and US glitz have already raised eyebrows during her pregnancy.
How she intends to bring up the baby, who will be seventh in line to the throne, will only increase the scrutiny.
The Mail on Sunday reported that Meghan had already broken with royal tradition by appointing her own delivery team without “the men in suits” – a reference to gynaecologists working in the royal household.
The royal family rarely issues statements reacting to media reports but it denied a recent story in Vanity Fair that Meghan wanted to…