Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will welcome their first child in the coming days and there is much speculation about the role that Sussex will play within the royal family. While seventh in line with the throne the royal baby is not expected to inherit the throne, the child could indeed receive a princely title and join the ranks of other members of the family who performed official duties. But the royal commentator Robert Jobson suggested that Meghan and Harry reject a title offer for their child and instead retire from royal life to give the royal baby the chance to choose their own path.
In a speech to Yahoo & The Royal Box, Mr. Jobson said: "The child will not be the king or the queen, very doubtful, perhaps they do not even have a royal role, I know they are now looking at the titles – they can decide not to have a princely title.
"Meghan and Harry in ten years, when the focus is on the Cambridge children and the Cambridges, they can decide that they want to settle on the west coast and not want to be a part of it all."
The royal expert suggested that Prince Harry had even formulated plans for an alternative career as a royal duty, Mr. Jobson replied: "He did it, not for me personally.
"He found a certain amount of freedom when he was in the army, but the truth is that he was looking for things he would rather do.
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"I would like to have been a nature photographer," and he worked with Chris Jackson, and she is a photographer.
& # 39; I personally think he's a free spirit, Harry, and I'm sure that's probably what he wants for his children. & # 39;
Meghan Markle is now thought to be too late, because royal fans around the world are coming to Windsor to celebrate the coming baby.
Buckingham Palace denies rumors that the royal baby has already been born and has not yet announced the birth of the royal baby.
Meghan and Harry decided to keep the details of the birth a secret, and it is unlikely that the duchess will pose for photos outside of her birth clinic.
Buckingham Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people all over the UK and the rest of the world as they prepare to welcome their baby.
"Hune Royal Highnesses have made a personal decision to keep the plans for the arrival of their baby private."
Despite the possible delay, Meghan is starting her pregnancy, despite being well past her due date, a source told Harpers Bazaar.
A friend of the expectant mother told the magazine: "Comfortable and substantive. She has this."
Speaking of Meghan & # 39; s mother Doria and husband Prince Harry, the source added: "They are now in their own bubble. Meg is with the most important people in her life … she is calm. & # 39;