The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will welcome their first child in the Spring of 2019. As the due date is approaching, fans are speculating in the baby’s gender.
Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a baby girl or a boy?
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Meghan Markle is due to give birth this spring. And the soon-to-be mother is assumed to be six to seven months pregnant. Scans can reveal the baby’s gender from week 16. So, that means that the royal couple could already know if they are having a boy or a girl.
And now, a midwife has explained how an old myth can help predict the gender.
Amanda Bude, a midwife from Groovy Babies explained the gender of a baby can be revealed by the way a woman carries. The midwife said: “Apparently, if you’re carrying wide and low, you’re more likely to be having a girl. However, if you’’re carrying high and pointy, you’re more likely having a baby boy”.
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Looking at Meghan’s baby bump, it seems to be more “high and pointy” than “wide and low” which could indicate she will have a baby boy.
But Bude pointed out the old myth doesn’t have any scientific research.
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Professor Steve Robson, slammed the theory. He told the Huffington Post: “It’s clear to say that a child’s genitals has nothing to do with how the woman’s body looks when she is pregnant. The way a woman carries a baby has more to do with the size of the baby. If her baby is smaller, it is more likely to be lower in the pelvis”.
Punters have also placed bets on the baby’s gender. They have been placing their bets since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were expecting a child. According to Ladbrokes, both genders currently shows odds at 10/11.