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Express UK reported "Meghan Markle royal baby: Will Meghan Markle break tradition and have baby at HOME?" on Friday

[] However, as this is Meghan’s first baby, doctors will likely advise a hospital birth The process involves using a mixture of visualisation, relaxation and deep breathing techniques Hypnobirthing can be used with all other types of pain relief and can be added to your birth plan MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry could break with tradition and not have their baby at a traditional hospital, but what other options are open to the couple?

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