The next heir to the British throne, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles announced on Monday that they will visit Germany on May 7.
The Duchess of Sussex told excited fans in the month of January that her due date was in late April or early May. Now, the fans are just waiting for the arrival of the little royal.
With just days to go, that proposed arrival date is being backed up by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s upcoming travel plans. The royal couple announced on Monday that they will visit Germany on May 7.
We are guessing the couple will be on a tight schedule.
The three-day tour will begin in Berlin and take them to Leipzig and Munich. There, they will carry out a series of engagements to strengthen the relationship between the U.K. and Germany. It’s important and expected that Charles and Camilla be nearby when the baby is born.
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And so, it can be assumed that the Baby Sussex will join us all prior to their May 7 trip. During Camilla’s historic visit to Cuba with Prince Charles last month, she was heard telling an American fan something. The fan asked if she was excited about the baby. To which, Camilla replied, saying: “Yes, very much so”.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are quite excited for their first baby.
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After being asked how she feels about everyone asking about the baby, Meghan replied: “No. It’s actually very sweet. It’s a very sweet, nurturing thing to ask. We’re nearly there”.
Prince Harry is also excited about the arrival of his first child. During an outing last week, he happily accepted baby gifts. Lady Jayne Woodward, wife of former England rugby coach said: “He will make the most wonderful father. We’ve known him since he was about 13 and he’s a great chap”.