Meghan Markle’s baby will cost taxpayers $2 million dollars

Kensington Palace revealed on Monday morning that Meghan Markle is expecting her first child with Prince Harry. Her pregnancy and eventual delivery will cost the taxpayers of England quite a lot of money… to the tune of $2 million dollars!

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