A new nest for the royal parents-to-be Harry and Meghan

A new nest for the royal parents-to-be Harry and Meghan

As Prince Harry and his wife Meghan prepare to welcome their first child any day now and become first-time parents, many royal watchers are looking at how the baby's two grandmothers - Princess Diana and Doria Ragland - will play a role in the child's life as they come of age.

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The rumour was fuelled further after the Queen gave the green light for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to split from the Cambridges to form a new Household. The Sussexes aren't planning to move back to Kensington Palace anytime soon, as apparently they find the more secluded, safe environment to be a "lifetime investment", and not a temporary situation.

The news comes following reports that the couple delayed their move to Windsor, due to multiple design changes they made during the Frogmore Cottage's renovation.

The couple has moved to the Windsor residence in anticipation of their first child's arrival.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had been living within the grounds of Kensington Palace, in Nottingham Cottage. And Meghan will be 37 when she has her first baby, which means the youngest she can have another baby is 38.

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A source said: "This child will not be born at the Lindo".

The royal family has to disclose what gifts they are given with meaningful gifts being able to stay in their home, while others will be stored or given to charity.

"Meghan is nervous about complications such as an emergency Caesarean and doesn't want the pressure of having to look immaculate on the hospital steps just hours later".

The plan to relocate to Windsor was announced back in November, but the Sussexes' many renovations and specifications reportedly forced them to push back the date a tad-they had hoped to be all settled in late last month.

Harry's older brother, Prince William, and his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, live on Kensington Palace property.

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