While the royals must adhere to many, many, many rules — including what a royal can and cannot eat (this includes garlic!)— Meghan Markle’s baby may have the most restrictions when it comes to diet.
According to Woman’s Day, it was discovered that “Meghan [Markle] wants her baby to be raised a vegan.”
And while this news may come as a surprise to some, feeding a baby a plant-based diet is actually a-okay with dieticians — just as long as the mother ensures they receive the correct amount of nutrients.
But the queen is not happy about the bold decision.
“It’s created tense discussions between Meghan and Harry, who doesn’t want to upset his grandmother,” the source said. “He’s hoping Meghan will settle once the baby comes and he’s putting this latest polarizing idea down to heightened emotions while being pregnant.”
Before Meghan became a royal, she shared with Best Health how she tries to stick to a vegan diet but only on the week days.
“When I’m filming, I’m conscious of what I eat. I try to eat vegan during the week and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends,”
Meghan went on to share how began vegan is not a diet but more of a lifestyle.
And while Meghan is not the most strict when it comes to being a vegan, she does adore animals and even swore off fur.
She also painted Baby Sussex’s royal nursery with vegan paint.
And as the baby will be arriving very soon, the world is anticipating their arrival.
While the gender is unknown, there is another factor that is absolutely certain when it comes to the little Baby Sussex: whether they be a boy or a girl, they will not have a royal title.
Why is this exactly?
When Prince George V was in charge around the year 1917 — he limited the number of family members who could have a royal title.
“The grandchildren of the sons of any such Sovereign in the direct male line (save only the eldest living son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales) shall have and enjoy in all occasions the style and title enjoyed by the children of Dukes of these Our Realms.” Prince George V said.
If you got a little lost in that description, in laymans terms, it means that because Prince Harry is the second son of the current Prince of Wales — his children are not guaranteed the title or either prince or princess.
Harry’s children will be too far down the line of succession to be His or Her Royal Highness by birth.
And while Harry and Meghan’s future kids are not eligible for Prince/Princess titles — there is still a chance they could eventually receive them.
As Queen Elizabeth is the GOAT and can do whatever she pleases, she could step in to offer Harry’s children a royal title or two but as she sticks with tradition — it is not likely.
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