Meghan avoids reading stories about herself as she's a "believer in karma", a source has claimed.
There are also claims that Meghan rowed with sister-in-law Kate over the way she treated staff.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson has taken the unusual step of commenting on the so-called "feud" between the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge.
According to the report, Meghan and Harry may instead opt for a hospital in Windsor-where they are soon to relocate-or to welcome the child at home.
"She feels to a degree the British press is out to get her and while she's aware of the news and what's going on, she tries her best not to read all the stories about her".
Guardiola hits out at Copa Libertadores final move to Santiago Bernabeu
Boca then refused to play the match and it was postponed 24 hours, only to then be called off indefinitely the next day. In a statement on the club's website, River said it was " incomprehensible " that the game had been moved to Spain.
Frank Warren and BBBC to lodge complaint over Wilder v Fury scorecards
Neither man was overly upset by the verdict after a compelling bout in front of a frenzied Hollywood crowd. Fury went right back to work in the next two rounds, and a decision appeared to be in reach.
Arsenal leapfrog Tottenham Hotspur with comeback win in Emirates Stadium classic
Now we are in front of Tottenham and we play against Manchester United , also a big team. "He has a back ache", Emery said. Arsenal march on with their 19-match unbeaten run and they have their new manager to thank for their new-look mentality.
A source close to the Princes told Vanity Fair this would have been "unthinkable" two years ago and added: "A lot has changed".
Insiders said the Duchess's request to use the atomisers did not find favour with Buckingham Palace, which swiftly pointed out that the chapel was a regular place of worship for the Queen - as it had been for successive monarchs since 1475 - and if it was good enough for them, it would be good enough for her. A source told the publication that Melissa Toubati, 39, quit after working with Prince Harry's wife for just six months because of Markle's attitude.
The 63-year-old, who is celebrating 30 years of success with her Party Pieces family business, said her family is "paramount", adding: "They come first and that will always be the case, even when I have more me time". She put up with quite a lot. While Meghan Markle's sister-in-law and her husband enjoy what appears to be the ideal marriage, there is one thing William refuses to do which breaks all royal family marriage tradition.