MEGHAN MARKLE plans to raise her Royal baby very differently to Kate and William, to “break with tradition” and “reflect the modern woman”, after she gives birth in the spring.

 

Her plan will even affect how the Duchess of Sussex dresses her child. William and Kate’s son Prince George is often seen in shorts, a tradition in the Royal Family, but Meghan will not be adhering to fashion standard. A source told Heat magazine: “She’s determined her child won’t be paraded around in little shorts like Prince George.”

 

 

According to etiquette expert William Hanson, the five-year-old is rarely seen in trousers or dungarees because it is a silent British class marker.He claimed trousers are deemed “suburban” and whilst would not have been a “memo sent around Kensington Palace telling George to wear shorts”, Kate would be aware of this clothing protocol.However, Meghan, hailing from the United States may not be aware of this British tradition.

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Mr Hanson said: “I don’t think that the sartorial rule of shorts for young boys would be a new one for Catherine.Get your free daily horoscope from Russel Grant
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MEGHAN MARKLE plans to raise her Royal baby very differently to Kate and William, to “break with tradition” and “reflect the modern woman”, after she gives birth in the spring.

 

 

Her plan will even affect how the Duchess of Sussex dresses her child. William and Kate’s son Prince George is often seen in shorts, a tradition in the Royal Family, but Meghan will not be adhering to fashion standard. A source told Heat magazine: “She’s determined her child won’t be paraded around in little shorts like Prince George.”Kate Middleton SPEAKS OUT following reports of Meghan Markle FALLOUT

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According to etiquette expert William Hanson, the five-year-old is rarely seen in trousers or dungarees because it is a silent British class marker.

 

 

He claimed trousers are deemed “suburban” and whilst would not have been a “memo sent around Kensington Palace telling George to wear shorts”, Kate would be aware of this clothing protocol.However, Meghan, hailing from the United States may not be aware of this British tradition.Mr Hanson said: “I don’t think that the sartorial rule of shorts for young boys would be a new one for Catherine.

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“Not only does the Duchess of Cambridge have to worry about dressing herself but she has to dress her own children appropriately.

 

 

“She has to find a balance between Royal tradition, heritage and more proletariat customs, such as the ‘suburban’ habit of making young boys wear trousers.“I bet her brother James wore shorts as a boy and Sophie Wessex has dressed her son in a similar fashion.”The expert added the dress code relates to old traditions that “shorts are for little boys, trousers are for men”.

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Prince George could start wearing trousers when he is around “seven or eight years old”.According to Heat, Meghan also wants to “help normalise” breastfeeding by doing it in public and wants her husband to be seen carrying the baby.She also reportedly wants to have a home birth in a “pool set up in a relaxing environment”.This would be very different from Kate’s three births in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital, London.

 

 

The Duchess of Cambridge was emulating Princess Diana, who gave birth to both William and Harry in the same unit.Meghan’s birthing plan was described as “unlike anything the Royal family has ever seen”.

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