Judging by Harry and Meghan's focus on privacy, it sounds like they plan on doing royal birth a different way.
"If there is no pose outside the hospital the couple, on this most personal of occasions, they will be sure to send photos to the millions awaiting them".
"The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family", the statement concluded. That's in sharp contrast to the births of Prince William and Duchess Kate's three children, for which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed their plans in advance of Kate going into labour.
According to Insider, no photographs will be released until several days following the birth.
"The birth of Baby Sussex will be a global event".
North Korea elects new ceremonial president
Choe was one of the three officials sanctioned by the USA in December over allegations of rights abuses. Kim was first elected chairman of this commission in June 2016, when this body was originally created.
While the whole world is used to hearing about Royal babies just hours after they enter the world - this might not be the case for Meg and Harry's bub.
Meanwhile, a senior source at Windsor Castle has insisted that Meghan and Harry had nothing to do with the change. This notably aligns with what Meghan herself replied to a reporter's question with a year ago: she said at the time that they were expecting the baby towards the end of April.
"At this point with Kate's babies, we'd been briefed by the palace, but we've had no briefings whatsoever", he told Cosmopolitan UK.
Got a story tip?
But instead of joining in the celebrations, the the Loose Women panel criticised the pair's move and argued it would drum up even more apparently unwanted interest in the upcoming birth.
Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.