It is understood that there will not be a photo call outside a hospital. But while waiting for the arrival of the newest royal baby, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex broke quite a few royal rules. It is understood they will still pose for a photograph at some stage following the birth, but this will not be a large-scale media moment as we've seen before. If so, she would not be the first royal to do so as Queen Elizabeth II did not give birth to any of her four children there nor did Sarah Ferguson.
A water birth involves the mother spending the final stages of labour in a pool, so the baby enters the world under water.
Many Twitter users appeared to back the panel's views, and agreed the couple owed the public information following the birth. "Want privacy, sod off and fund yourselves". This notably aligns with what Meghan herself replied to a reporter's question with past year: she said at the time that they were expecting the baby towards the end of April.
Tim Rooke, Shutterstock Royal Photographer, had revealed we wouldn't be getting the same level of access as with William and Kate.
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. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more!