Kensington Palace Denies That Duchess Meghan And Prince Harry Are Going To Raise A Gender Fluid Child

March 4, 2019 / Posted by:

Sorry, Celine Dion. I guess Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan won’t be a loyal customer to your gender-fluid baby line! There was a rumor that Meghan was telling her friends she wanted to raise her baby in a gender fluid way, but Kensington Palace hissed out a statement about how, just because Angelina Jolie visited once, doesn’t mean everyone is taking after her parenting skills! OK, they may have phrased it slightly different than that.

The Evening Standard says the story of Meghan blabbing to her friends about her upcoming offspring’s gender nonconforming ways is “totally false.

On one hand, Meghan is such a free-spirit, and I could totally see it. It’s 2019, after all! On the other, I can imagine one of her “friends” being bored of all her blabbing about living in a castle and only half-listening when she says she wants an underwater birth and picking up fluid from that. Who can blame the friend?! You know Meghan is the type to talk all the time about how fun it was to update her LinkedIn to say “Princess” since that’s what Duchess Kate essentially did.

Vanity Fair, who first posted the rumor, did say there were multiple ways to interpret whatever it is Meghan maybe or maybe didn’t say, and I’d imagine the only stereotype they won’t be imposing is that you’re only allowed to look at nude pantyhose and dual-shouldered outfits at T.J. Maxx. Maybe Meghan will divulge more next week at a planned royal appearance for International Women’s Day with Annie Lennox to discuss gender issues. Or it could just be an excuse for Meghan to go rogue again and just break out in a rendition of “Walking On Broken Glass.

Oh, and if you plan on perusing the royal family’s social media accounts, you might want to know about new social media guidelines spat out by whoever handles their social media. The Royal Family came out with new rules for commenters that aims “to create an environment where our community can engage safely in debate and is free to make comments, questions and suggestions.” Basically, it says to not be an asshole or do unrelated shit like promote your Etsy page on a pic of Meghan at the opening of a train station. The rules are meant to stop trolling of Meghan and Kate, and they probably figured it was a nice way of saying, “Hey, Thomas and Samantha Markle? We’re blocking y’all’s asses from our Instagram. Cheerio!


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