Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby is arriving in just a few weeks, and everyone just can’t stop talking about the royal baby on the way. Since Kensington Palace announced Meghan’s pregnancy last October, rumors have been swirling around as to the gender and name of the baby, whether or not the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting twins, as well as Meghan’s preferred way of birthing. Here are some rumors about Baby Sussex and Meghan’s pregnancy that have been debunked so far.

1. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will raise Baby Sussex gender-neutral

Last month, a publication claimed that the royal couple would like to raise their child gender-neutral. According to the publication, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex described their plans for their child as “fluid,” which means they would not raise their child as a girl or as a boy but would let Baby Sussex figure out his/her own sexuality. While this sounds interesting, a representative from the palace said the story is “totally false.”

2. Baby Sussex is a girl

Earlier reports also claimed that Baby Sussex is actually a girl. Meghan reportedly spilled the beans during her intimate yet lavish baby shower in New York in February. Although Prince Harry would be glad to know that it’s a baby girl, the truth is that they are not allowed to know the gender of their baby until he/she comes out.

3. The Duchess is planning a home birth

A rumor previously circulated claiming that Meghan wants to give birth at home, just like what Queen Elizabeth did. According to previous reports, the duchess has been reading a lot on natural birthing techniques and is actually considering a home delivery too. However, more recent reports reveal that she is set to give birth at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington or at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey. Both hospitals are near their new cottage in Windsor.

4. Meghan was pregnant at her wedding

One of the most ridiculous rumors that circulated late last year was that Meghan was already pregnant when she walked down the aisle with Prince Harry. The rumor started after some people claimed that her dress was loosely fitted around her stomach, allegedly to cover up her growing baby bump. That’s not true. If Meghan was already pregnant in May 2018, she should have given birth by now.

5. The royal couple is hiring a nanny

Contrary to reports, a rep of Prince Harry and Meghan has confirmed that the royal couple would not hire a nanny to look after Baby Sussex. Instead, Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland, will take care of the baby while the royal couple is on  royal trips.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, watch a musical performance as they attend a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images