Meghan Markle reportedly wants to take a 'fluid approach to gender' while raising Baby Sussex

Baby Sussex is almost here.

This week it was rumoured that the Duchess of Sussex confirmed the gender of her baby to friends at her lavish baby shower in New York City last week. It's a boy, says insiders.

However, new reports detail a relatively modern approach that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hope to take when raising their new bundle of joy. According to reports, the couple will take a "fluid approach to gender."

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“Meghan has been talking to some of her friends about the birth and how she and Harry plan to raise their baby," said a source to Vanity Fair. "Her exact word was fluid."

“She said they plan to raise their child with a fluid approach to gender and they won’t be imposing any stereotypes,” they continued. Meghan and Harry have already taken this approach while decorating the nursery with grey palettes as opposed to the traditional blue or pink.

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It is custom for the royals to not find out the gender of the baby until his or her birth. However, it's clear that the Duchess of Sussex will be taking a different approach when it comes to her child.

In addition to this relatively modern parenting style, it's rumored that the mom-to-be will be forgoing the royal-popular Lindo Wing (where both Princess Diana and Duchess Kate gave birth) in favor of an American hospital closer to Windsor Castle's Frogmore cottage. Allegedly, Meghan has also been learning hypnobirthing at a London yoga studio, which involves natural birth and hypnosis.

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