Meghan Markle’s birth plan could include ‘VIP hospital with placenta truffles’

After almost two weeks since the announcement of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's pregnancy news, many are wondering where their second child will be born.

It was reported that Meghan wished for a home birth for their firstborn Archie, but he was welcomed into the world at London's Portland Hospital instead.

The royal couple told the world they were expecting with a black and white photo released on Valentine's Day earlier this month.

The pair moved to the US after stepping down as senior royals last year, and last week announced they were renouncing their duties altogether.

They informed the Queen they will not be returning as working members of the Royal Family, and will be stripped of their military titles and Royal patronages.

Supermodel Caprice Bourret told Closer that if the Duchess chose to have her baby at the A-list Cedars-Sinai hospital in West Hollywood, where the likes of Britney Spears and Madonna checked in, she would be given the royal treatment.

The 49-year-old, who was born and raised in Hollywood, said: “This time around, she’ll have access to the very best facilities used by Hollywood’s A-list set. LA is one of the most amazing places in the world in terms of world-class healthcare and it’s full of new age and ‘hippy dippy’ trends.

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“The Cedars-Sinai – where I expect she’ll be having her baby – is the best of the best. It’s like a five-star luxury hotel, anything you want, you get at the snap of your fingers.

“The service is second to none. They’ve catered for lots of celeb mums, so there are separate entrances where you can go and not be photographed or seen arriving or departing.

“My suite was simply amazing – there was a luxury hamper on arrival and I had a nurse with me 24/7, a bed in the suite for my husband and my own doula. I could order food from any of the best restaurants in LA and they’d bring it for me, or they had amazing food there. Everything is organic and the utensils are all plastic-free, which will appeal to Meghan."

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The star went on to say the hospital follows the latest 'mum' trends, including offering options for ingesting the placenta after giving birth.

She added: "Research shows it’s really good for you to ingest your placenta after you’ve given birth, and so the hospital and other companies offer different ways you can do that. I know you can even get your placenta made into chocolate truffles!

"I can imagine Meghan would like the idea of the truffles, as she’s so into her health and wellness. I had mine made into pills, which I took over the first few weeks after giving birth."

However, Meghan and Harry have yet to disclose the gender of their baby or the expected due date.

A royal expert claims they already know the sex of the baby, with Ingrid Seward stating it's the "LA' way to not be kept in the dark.

And gender reveal parties, where parents hold extravagant parties, are all the rave in the US.

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