The Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting her first child with Harry in late April or early May, has reportedly told close friends they won't be imposing stereotypes and will raise their baby in a "fluid" way.
"She's making demands left and right and friends worry because she is on the go all the time and simply not taking any breaks", an alleged source told RadarOnline.
The mother said the cosmetic surgery has also benefited her three children as now she has more energy for them.
"The Sussexes have already planned a gender-neutral nursery and opted for whites and grays over conventional blue and pink color ways, and this seems to be in line with Meghan's ideas about how to raise children", the magazine reported.
In an age where expectant parents throw entire parties around the sex they're assigning to their child, a celebrity parent who makes a point of not stressing out about gender is refreshing. The intimate group reportedly consisted of Markle and 15 of her closest friends. Her response? To skip out on Meghan's baby shower.
"Traditionally, the royals don't really find out the sex of their baby", she explained.
Why William and Kate's trip was kept a secret
William and Kate are on a two-day tour of Northern Ireland while their three children are at home in London. This evening, the Duke and Duchess were greeted by cheering crowds at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast.
A dad joke gone wrong?
"There is still going to be some sort of private baby-centric event for Meghan's United Kingdom people, and Kate will host", an insider revealed to the magazine.
The dad-to-be responded by cracking a joke, "What, you're pregnant?"
The hashtag that people are using to discuss Meghan's supposed fake pregnancy is #moonbump, often accompanied by #megxit, which is a play on the word Brexit.
Then Harry responded, "Is it mine?" "I also had fillers in my jawline to have a stronger jaw like she does, so I do feel I more strongly resemble her now".
Well, after all the commentary about that comment we're sure they will hold back a bit from cracking any crass jokes, in public, in the future.