This Is The Royal Baby's Star Sign Based On Meghan Markle's Due Date

It's the most anticipated debut of 2019 ... apart from the final season of 'Game Of Thrones', of course.

Now, thanks to a slip of the tongue, we've finally been given an ETA on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bundle of joy.

According to the Duchess herself, she's six months pregnant, meaning her firstborn is due sometime around late April -- making her baby a Taurus.

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But what are Taureans like, exactly?  To find out, we asked the owner of the psychic network Absolute Soul Secrets, Rose Smith, what the pair can expect from their little Taurean troublemaker.

They're An Earth Sign

Signs are all tied to an element -- earth, water, fire, and air. That particular element then plays a huge part in the makeup of our personalities.

Smith explains: "Earth signs are usually very grounded and down-to-earth. They are strong, practical and dependable."

"They like structure and they like to plan and organise things because they enjoy structure."

Of course, like everything, they do have a downside. "They can also be very stubborn and self-absorbed."

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What Do They Like?

That's simple: beautiful things, according to Rose.

"Taureans love a beautiful environment and they appreciate beauty and luxury," she said. "They are the kinds of people who want brand names on their products, but that is likely to be an issue as the child grows up."

In the meantime, Rose advises Haz and Megz to "decorate the child's nursery with a lot of colour and light" as Taureans aren't fond of "dark environments".

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Any Advice For The Parents Of A Taurean?

According to Rose, the best thing any parent of a Taurean can do is "keep them grounded".

"They need to make sure this child has as normal a life as possible," she said. "That's because the natural tendency of Taureans is to become overly involved with themselves. Harry and Meghan will need to make sure they go out of their way to put their child in situations with normal children."

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