Meghan Markle may have told a few close friends about her baby’s gender, but she isn’t telling everyone. A source claims the Duchess of Sussex took extra precautions to make sure that even those at her baby shower didn’t all know if she’s having a boy or a girl.

“The reason they didn’t open gifts at the shower wasn’t because Meghan wanted to open the gifts with Harry, but because they would have revealed the baby’s gender,” an insider told Us Weekly.

Meghan and Prince Harry had reportedly told well-wishers in January that the gender would be a surprise for them, but now sources insist that they changed their minds. They apparently know if they’re having a boy or girl, and they even told a few friends.

Gayle King attended the shower at the Mark Hotel, and she claimed the former actress didn’t open presents because she wanted to open them with Prince Harry. Apparently, it was actually about making sure only a select few know the baby’s gender. Even if Meghan told the guests, there were others, like hotel staffers and cooks, who Meghan would not want to trust with such private info.

So is the baby a boy or a girl? Meghan and Harry have apparently only told the people they trust most because sources don’t seem to have any info about it. However, the latest betting odds indicate that a little girl might be on the way.

“Following a significant bet this afternoon we’ve slashed the odds of the royal baby being a girl from 10/11 to 1/2, with a boy now out to 6/4,” Betfair spokesperson Katie Baylis told Hello! magazine. “This bet is one of the biggest we’ve seen on the royal baby markets this year so could be a big clue that we will have a new Princess in the coming weeks.”

Regardless of gender, the royal baby might not have a royal title. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly want their child to have a “normal” upbringing and don’t want him or her to have any royal titles.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly know the sex of their baby. They are pictured on stage during WE Day UK 2019 on March 6, 2019 in London. John Phillips/Getty Images