Female bodyguard latest to quit Meghan Markle's entourage

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Bookmakers have been forced to suspend the market on the gender of Meghan and Harry's baby after an overwhelming number of bets were placed on the royal couple welcoming a girl.

The woman, who was pictured defending the Duchess of Sussex during her Fiji trip after a security scare, was described as brilliant by colleagues. While the focus was firmly on Meghan's exciting new role within the royal family, it's also being reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William had a private engagement of their own to attend.

The visit is the couple's first to Merseyside since they got married last May at Windsor Castle. Katie listed the three top favourite girls' names: "Diana is the 8/1 favourite, with Alice at 13/1 and Grace at 14/1 for the name of child".

In a candid moment captured on camera, a bystander was heard shouting: "Congratulations, I hope it's a girl", to which Harry responded: 'So do I!'

The latest reports follow rumours that Meghan could give birth sooner than initially thought.

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"Just as Meghan encouraged a helping of culinary adventure, so she dramatically changed the contents of Prince Harry's fridge", Morton told the outlet.

Meghan Markle's female bodyguard has quit after less than a year, it has been revealed.

The bodyguard was rumoured to be helping Harry and Meghan with security plans for Frogmore Cottage, which they plan to move into before their baby is born in the spring.

Meghan and Harry are out and about in Birkenhead in the north of England today.

Melissa Touabti, the personal assistant to the duchess, left the palace last year after six months, Samantha Cohen, the couple's private secretary, is expected to leave later this year or next year.

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