The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby could end up sharing their birthday with great-grandmother the Queen or cousin Prince Louis.
But the newest addition to the Royal Family is expected to arrive after Brexit Day – March 29 – when the UK is scheduled to leave the EU.
The Queen celebrates her birthday on April 21, while Louis will turn one next year on April 23 – patriotic St George’s Day.
If Meghan goes overdue, she might even welcome her baby on the same day Princess Charlotte was born – May 2.
The baby is expected to arrive around 11 months after Harry and Meghan’s wedding – and before their first wedding anniversary on May 19.
Harry’s older brother Prince William, now the Duke of Cambridge, was born in June 1982 – 11 months after Diana wed Charles in July 1981.
But the Queen, then Princess Elizabeth, welcomed Charles in November 1948, a year after she married the Duke of Edinburgh in November 1947.