The Duchess of Sussex has appointed her own delivery team to oversee the birth of her first child, it was reported.
The Mail on Sunday reports that Meghan has broken the Royal tradition by not appointing the Royal Household gynecologists because she does not want "the men in suits" to oversee the birth.
The newspaper said the 37-year-old, who is expected to give birth later this month, has appointed an "unnamed female doctor" to lead the team instead of Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston.
The two gynecologists were present at the arrival of all three children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, it adds.
A spokesperson for the royal family declined to comment.
However, it is clear that there will certainly be a role for the Queen's doctors at birth, but it may not be a prominent one.