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March 05, 2019

Hello: Kensington Palace Responds to Rumors That Meghan Wants to Raise a Gender Fluid Baby

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Kensington Palace has denied rumors that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, plans to raise her child gender fluid.

The Palace was responding to an article about the 37-year-old former actress’s alleged desire to raise her child in a gender-neutral way, Hello reported.

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This is not the first time the Palace issued a statement to shut down rumors about Meghan.

“This story is totally false,” Hello quoted a palace spokesman as saying.

Meghan and Prince Harry, who tied the knot in May 2018, are expecting their first baby. Meghan is due later this spring.

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The royal couple has not revealed the gender of their unborn baby, but fans were convinced that it will be a little girl following Meghan’s New York baby shower. 

This assumption by fans was based on the pink decorations and sweet treats seen at the affair. However, a range of neutral colors can also be seen at the event.

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PALACE ALSO ADDRESSED RUMORED ROYAL FEUD

This is not the first time the Palace issued a statement to shut down rumors about Meghan.

Last year, it issued a simple, straightforward statement when several reports claimed that Meghan and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, were having a feud.

When a report claimed that Meghan and Kate had a falling out after the former “Suits” actress berated a member of Kate’s staff, the Place said:

“This never happened.”

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Meghan and Harry, who had taken a number of overseas trips, are also expected to move to Windsor soon. They will relocate from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage.

MEGHAN GETTING A TATTOO

Meghan recently got a temporary tattoo to celebrate her pregnancy journey during her visit to Asni in the Atlas Mountains region of Morocco.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a visit to Asni, despite Meghan's protruded stomach, to honor the efforts of a British entrepreneur, Michael McHugo who founded the Moroccan NGO Education For All. 

The foundation is committed to the grooming of young women through secondary education. Students left their dorm to welcome the expecting parents with a traditional song cheerfully. 

Later on, 17-year-old Samira Ouaadi showed her love for the pregnant Meghan by drawing a beautiful Henna flower tattoo on the Duchess' right hand. The tattoo is said to celebrate the health of both mother and child, according to Moroccan tradition.

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