Pregnant Meghan Markle is reportedly hiring a birthing 'doula'


Speaking on the December 5. segment, the host said: "I fear the pattern with Meghan, whether it was the ex-husband who suddenly got chopped or whether it was the family who got banned, the father who has now been chopped, or me on a much tinier level".

But her messages have also attracted criticism from a sex worker who told The Sun Meghan's idea was "really stupid".

The Duke and Duchess will relocate to their newly-renovated property in March, allowing them time to settle in before Meghan's due date, which she previously said is late April or early May.

However not everyone was pleased with the gesture, with one sex worker slamming the move as "offensive".

Meghan Markle hasn't been shy about wanting to do things her way since joining the royal family, and it seems the birth of her first child will be no exception. "I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch program".

The Duchess took inspiration from a canteen manager in the USA, who wrote affirmations on bananas to make school children feel empowered.

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The Duchess asked her assistants if anyone had a Sharpie so she could write messages on the fruit.

He asked his co-hosts, "If you'd been advising Meghan Markle before this, would you have said maybe not the bananas?"

He continued: "To sign them with the words "YOU ARE LOVED" and present them to women who sell loveless sex to men was guaranteed not to empower them but to subject them to widespread mockery - which is exactly what happened as social media erupted with memes and cruel jokes".

This would be the first time in centuries that a doula has been employed during a royal birth.

Her doula is apparently named Lauren Mishcon, a 40-year-old mother of three and she will be there to hold Meghan's hand and guide her through the birth, The Sun reports.

But the former actress is going with whatever feels right for her, regardless of the rules. Vogue Australia quoting sources reported that Markle has sought the help of celebrity acupuncturist Ross Barr to assist them as she comes to the end of her third trimester. "She's acting great at the moment".