Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not yet announced the arrival of their first child. However, royal fans are convinced that she might have already given birth.

This week, Virgin Radio Breakfast show host Chris Evans claimed that he knows something about Baby Sussex. Evans was also the one who reported about Queen Elizabeth II visiting Meghan and Prince Harry at Frogmore Cottage last weekend.

“We sit here still finding ourselves, some say, minus a new royal baby or do we … ladies and gentlemen?” he said.

News presenter Rachel Horne pressed for more information, and Evans said that he’s not sure about what he knows but he has a hint regarding the birth of the royal baby. Evans is convinced that Meghan has already given birth.

“Well, there’s more than a hint, what more of a hint do you want other than the fact that I think there might be a new royal baby already? I’m just saying, I’m just putting it out there, right? The Queen has been to see Meghan and Harry at their place, right? Now, she doesn’t do that. That’s all I’m saying,” he said.

Meghan and Prince Harry previously announced via Kensington Palace that they will keep their baby’s birth a secret. The couple also said that they will share information about Baby Sussex after they have celebrated its arrival as a family.

But prior to the Queen’s visit, Prince William and Kate Middleton also dropped by Frogmore House to check up on the “Suits” alum. The two recent royal visits are believed to be an indication that Meghan has already given birth.

During her trip to Birkenhead earlier this year, Meghan also told royal fans that her due date is sometime between the end of April and the beginning of May. Last week, Prince Harry made two public appearances that convinced fans that Meghan couldn’t have given birth at that time.

Next week, Prince Harry will also attend a royal engagement, which suggests that Meghan would’ve already given birth by then. These details somehow prove that Meghan gave birth to her baby this week.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage