It’s been four months now that Meghan Markle is pregnant. But since her marriage to Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex has no rest.
All his smallest gestures are followed by the magnifying glass by Internet users and the media people. While the beautiful girl of the Queen of England is slowly flowing her pregnancy alongside her husband, questions arise on the web.
Indeed since the announcement of her pregnancy, we see that Meghan keeps holding her belly whenever she makes a public appearance.
If for some this gesture is all the more natural, others tax the duchess to do “did you see it?”
This action that annoys users has been the subject of several criticisms recently. Experts have decided to make their contributions to enlighten everyone.
A specialist in childbirth under hypnosis has unveiled her views on the Daily Mail. “Instinctively, women want to touch their baby because, even in the stomach, it produces a hormone called oxytocin,” said a specialist in childbirth under hypnosis. This hormone is known to be that of the link, but it also affects the strength of your contractions during childbirth. The stronger your contractions, the easier your delivery will be. Placing your hands on your stomach reassures the baby, reassures you, and helps to create optimal conditions for the birth.