The palace will also, however, when the Duchess of Sussex is in labor - just as they've done in the past with Kate.
"A child that feels heard feels understood", she tells Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box'.
Samantha Markle, pictured with her half-sister actress and now Meghan Markle (right) in 2008.
The tension has been exemplified in the reported rift between Meghan and her more traditional sister-in-law Kate, the wife of Harry's older brother Prince William.More news: Christians mark Palm Sunday | Religion 2019-04-15
Mum-to-be Meghan is expecting to give birth to her first baby with Prince Harry over the next few weeks.
This was in contrast to the amount of journalists at Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' big day in 2005 and Prince William and Kate Middleton's 2011 nuptials. Having now taken a step back from public engagements ahead of the birth of her baby, Meghan will be spending her time nesting and getting to know her new neighbourhood.
According to royal protocol, the doctors can not be excluded from the process entirely, and should anything go wrong in the birth they will be present to step in.
The news has received a mixed reaction from the public, with many royal fans pleased with the couple's decision to enjoy private time with their newborn, before announcing the birth.
Meghan, 37, has already snubbed the royals' preferred maternity ward, the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London, breaking a four-decade tradition.More news: Singapore Sevens: England beat United States of America 28-7 to win bronze medal
Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews reported that the mum-to-be wants a more private, normal birth and to bond with her baby without the pressure of looking picture ideal.
The royal family rarely issues statements reacting to media reports but, in a sign of potential battles to come, it denied a recent story in Vanity Fair that Meghan wanted to bring the baby up gender-neutral.
It is understood that there will not be a photo call outside a hospital.
CBS This Morning co-host - and Winfrey's good friend - Gayle King, who attended Meghan's baby shower in February, added that the Duchess of Sussex "doesn't seem to buy into" rumours or gossip about herself.More news: Bharat first look poster out: Salman Khan in never-seen-before avatar
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