Meghan Markle is expected to give birth to her first child in the spring. But the Duchess of Sussex's chosen birthing facility has not yet been revealed. 

Royal correspondent Victoria Murphy recently told Town & Country that royal fans will have no chance to know where Markle will give birth beforehand. "Until they make an announcement, we don't know," she said. 

However, Murphy also said that there is one thing about Lindo Wing that may draw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to it. The facility boasts a very private ward that may work to Markle's advantage. 

The expert said that palace officials do not want to disrupt the normal operations of hospitals and maternity wards. As such, it would be much easier to reserve an existing private ward rather than section off a portion of a standard hospital. 

"Obviously, the Lindo Wing is unmatched when it comes to privacy, security, and world-class medical care. [It] also has unmatched amenities and is probably the most luxurious hospital in the UK," she said. 

According to Murphy, every room in the Lindo Wing has a personal bathroom, specialist menus, WiFi and more. The hospital also has a huge intensive care unit for complicated births. Lindo Wing is also where some members of the royal family were born. 

Princess Diana was the first royal to break the tradition of giving birth at home when she welcomed Prince William at St. Mary's Hospital Lindo Wing years ago. The Princess of Wales also gave birth to Prince Harry in the same facility. 

When Prince William became a father himself, he and Kate Middleton opted to welcome Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis in the same hospital. It is possible that Prince Harry and Markle will follow suit. 

However, there have also been some rumors suggesting that Markle doesn't want to copy Middleton due to the Duchesses alleged feud. Becky Pemberton,  a journalist for The Sun, said that the "Suits" alum wants to shun the private ward at Lindo Wing for the more basic facilities at Frimley Park.