NEW REPORT: Meghan's baby is due 'MUCH earlier than late April'

New information revealed!

November 28 2018

Meghan Markle will have a baby MUCH earlier than April, says a new report from the UK.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, announced she was having her first baby in October, just hours after she arrived in Australia for a royal visit. 

It's always been believed that her baby would be due in late April, 2019.

But now a new report claims the baby will arrive much earlier than that.





Debbie Frank, an astrologer who worked with Princess Diana, believes the baby will be here earlier than originally stated. 

Debbie has a track record of correctly predicting royal births, and guessed correctly that Prince George, five, would be a Cancer star sign before he was born on 22 July 2013. Kensington Palace said the baby was due in the UK Spring of 2019.

Debbie said she couldn't predict whether the baby will be a boy or a girl but had some ideas about Meghan's due date.

She revealed, 'One thing I do feel is that it will be born earlier rather than later. I'm not sure about this late April delivery date. 

'I'm quite good at connecting with royal births and with Meghan and Harry's baby the main connections are there and I'm thinking a much earlier birth than late April.'

An astrologer to the stars, Debbie Frank worked with Diana from 1989 up until her death in 1997 at the age of 36.

At the peak of the pair's friendship, Debbie claims Diana would call her three times a day for advice - even going as far as phoning her hotline if she had trouble getting through.





Earlier this week Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they would be leaving Kensington Palace where they currently live to move to Windsor to raise their child out of London. 

This news came amid rumours of a 'feud' with Prince William and wife, Kate.