Bets on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby's gender have been suspended

Bookies are convinced the couple are having a girl…

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Punters hoping to cash in on the gender of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby will be disappointed to hear bookies have suspended bets.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle haven’t revealed if they are expecting a little boy or girl (opens in new tab) in spring but people have some pretty strong feelings about it.

The mum-to-be can often be seen cradling her growing baby bump when she’s out in public but she hasn’t let any details slip just yet…

According to an old wives tale, Meghan and Harry will be welcoming a baby girl because her bump is sitting very high.

The scarily accurate Chinese birth predictor chart (opens in new tab) also suggests the royal couple will be welcoming a daughter. (opens in new tab)

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People are so confident that the couple will be having a little girl, they’ve been putting their money where their mouth is and now bookies have suspended bets on the royal baby’s gender.

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Back in December odds were slashed on the name Victoria (opens in new tab), being chosen for the new arrival. Although this name is a clear-front runner, Diana also remains a clear favourite with odds of just 8-1 and Alice is second with odds of 13-1 on Paddy Power.

Paddy Power announced over the weekend that it had suspended bets on the royal baby’s gender due to a flurry of bets predicting the couple would have a baby girl.

Meghan Markle already has a special present for her future baby daughter (opens in new tab)

A spokesperson said: ‘The flow of bets over the course of the weekend has been almost as heavy as the general goodwill towards the couple – and we’re now convinced they’re having a girl.’

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