Meghan Markle and Harry receive first royal baby gift with birth imminent
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding choir have written a special song as a gift for the royal baby who is expected to be born any day now.
The Kingdom Choir, who wowed when they performed Stand By Me at the couple's nuptials last May, have recorded a tune as way of congratulating them.
They say the name of the original track is still to be confirmed but for now it's called Lullaby.
And the group's conductor said they hope the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will get to hear it – although they have not had an invitation to sing at the Christening just yet.
The choir’s award winning conductor Karen Gibson told The Sun they hoped to bring the royal couple joy through their song.
Karen, 55, said: "To congratulate Harry and Meghan we recorded them a little lullaby some time ago.
"At the moment it’s simply called Lullaby but the name is being worked on. I hope they get to hear it.
"I feel so linked to Harry and Meghan after the wedding. I don’t know if we would get a chance to sing at the christening. Put it this way, we’ve not had the call."
Karen said she was a big fan of Meghan and said she and Harry always make an effort to help others.
She said she was excited for the royal baby announcement and thought it would be beautiful if the couple have a girl to call her Diana.
Meghan is due to give birth any day now to her and Prince Harry's first child.
Earlier it was announced the Duke of Sussex was cutting his trip to the Netherlands short, only spending one day abroad and not the planned two.
The couple have broken with tradition and decided to keep the details surrounding the birth a secret, which means nobody knows where they've decided to have the baby.
The little royal will be seventh in line to the throne, and the Queen and Prince Philip's seventh great-grandchild – and fans are on the lookout for any sign that the time is finally here.
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