With just (presumed) days to go until Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcome their first child, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles have given the biggest clue as to the exact date Baby Sussex could arrive.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall announced on Monday that they will visit Germany on May 7. The three-day tour will begin in Berlin and take them to Leipzig and Munich, where they will carry out a series of engagement to strengthen the relationship between the UK and Germany.
Since Charles and Camilla are expected to be nearby when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child is born, it can be assumed that Baby Sussex will be born prior to their May 7 trip.
Earlier this month, Meghan and Harry announced that they had decided to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private, which means royal fans will not be seeing Meghan pose on the front steps of the Lindo Wing like previous Royal mums. The palace will, however, announce when the Duchess of Sussex is in labour.
Royal fans will get to see the happy couple with their new baby soon after the birth. Within a few days after welcoming their first child, Meghan and Harry will take part in a photo op with their new baby on the grounds of Windsor Castle, the palace has announced.
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