Markle's a lone wolf and I get the feeling she won't be tamed by the royal family, no matter how hard they try.
So what that she wants to raise the baby gender fluid, and use vegan paint in the nursery?
"Doria should be here for the birth and will be staying", the source reportedly said.
Her doctors aren't the only adjustment being made concerning royal tradition. "How could anyone judge her for that?" Traditionally, royal mothers have introduced their newborn to press and members of the public by posing on the hospital steps within hours of the birth.
"The Queen has got to sit there and her advisers have to sit there thinking: 'Well, if I lend Meghan a tiara, if I have the baby use a attractive silver rattle that was used by Queen Victoria, how much is that worth?"
"I think this idea of there being a catfight between the two duchesses has made tantalizing headlines, but I don't believe that", she said.
These anonymous sources aren't the only ones spilling the beans about Markle's baby.
The tennis star was interviewed this week and discussed her good friend's pending birth.
Talking about her baby experiences she said: "Accept mistakes and don't expect to be flawless. We put so much pressure on ourselves".
Now I'm no fan of hers, and no, it's not a "racist" claim as pro-Markle zealots would allege, it's just that I find her fake.
She also quickly moved on from the potential gaffe, saying that she, too, "had all those high expectations" for motherhood that she had to let go.
Not only will Meghan have to declare gifts but if she considers selling any of them, she would be taxed on any rise in their value-and with her name attached to them, the jump in value is likely to be great. Williams already expressed confidence in Markle's parenting.
The couple have been inundated by presents ahead of the birth of their first child, expected to be born later this month or early in May.