Shocking way in which Meghan Markle sent messages to sex workers

Meghan Markle Hires A Doula For Childbirth & Prince Harry Getting ‘Coaching’ Lessons

Meghan Markle Hires A Doula For Childbirth & Prince Harry Getting ‘Coaching’ Lessons

We all knew that Meghan Markle was poised to break from tradition in the royal family, and a curious addition to the birth of her royal baby will prove us right yet again.

As a result, the new outlet claims she has hired herself a birth partner, something the rest of the royal family hasn't done.

Another job a doula has it to help a mother deal with the stress and worry of the birth while pregnant. They help during the birthing process by encouraging the woman in labor to relax through breathing exercises and positions, and the help can even reduce the overall labor by two hours. It was previously thought that Harry and Meghan would use a hospital closer to their new Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage, for the birth of their firstborn, but staff at the private maternity ward at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, have been advised not to take holiday in April, sparking speculation that Meghan plans to have her baby there. And, according to the excited chatter on the Doula UK members' website, it seems that Meghan may have enlisted the help of Lauren Mischon.

Furthermore, Lauren is now coaching Prince Harry on how to care for his wife during labor too, the news outlet states. Lauren is married to Oliver Mishcon, whose grandfather worked as an attorney at the same law firm that handled Harry's late mom, Princess Diana's divorce from his dad Prince Charles in 1996.

Reportedly Meghan, wrote messages of support and empowerment for sex workers while on an unannounced visit to a charity with her husband Prince Harry.

About the reports on her role in Meghan's pregnancy, Lauren told the outlet: 'I am obviously not at liberty to talk about who, or who might not, be my client. On the message board, Lauren joked with a winking emoji when asked if it was true, writing: "I'm busy in Spring". So I can't possibly.

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