With the rumor reference date of Meghan Markle, every day, it is the turn of the royal baby watch. The whole world cannot wait to catch the first glimpse of Meghan and Prince Harry’s firstborn. The expectant parents are understandably afraid of taking Baby Sussex home. But at the moment, at least one entity is not filled with joy with royal baby news – British gossip magazines are said to be thrilled about Meghan and Harry’s decision to keep the birth “private” before making the news public. In fact, the tabloids have the right to take pictures of the newborn couple of the royal couple.
The New York Times expressed the grievances of the gossip press in an article that appeared on April 16 and explains how bad the collective British press is. Per the Times the tabloids are angry that they will not take direct photo shots with Baby Sussex immediately after his or her birth. The Times also revealed that the British tabloid the Sun published an entire piece in which Meghan and Harry took on the task of choosing to restrict access to their child upon arrival. “The public has a right to information about the lives of those who are largely funded by their taxes,” read the sun-published, unsigned letter. “You can accept that or be private citizens. Not both.”
The controversy over the first photos of Baby Sussex led last week when Buckingham Palace made a statement setting out the plans of Meghan and Harry. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people from the UK and the rest of the world as they prepare to welcome their baby. Their Royal Highnesses have made a personal decision to plans to keep their baby private. The duke and duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had the opportunity to celebrate as a new family, “the statement revealed.
It is clear that this did not fit well with the British gossip magazines. The Times quotes solar photographer Arthur Edwards as follows: “It’s like Harry is right now, he has this in his hood that all media are being ignored.”
Apologies for any excessive excitement of big-eyed all this British tabloid complaining will undoubtedly cause it. Because, the same. This seems to me to be a big question from the same media that have mainly prosecuted Meghan since she became an official member of the royal family. And anyway, the duke and duchess owe nothing to anyone – and certainly not their child.