Princess Diana’s former royal butler, Paul Burrell, is convinced that Meghan Markle will give birth in the United States.

While speaking with The Sun, Burrell said that it is highly unlikely for Markle to give birth at St. Mary’s Hospital’s Lindo Wing like the late Princess of Wales and Kate Middleton.

“Meghan is likely to buck all traditions when it comes to having the baby, just watch where it is born. I don’t think she will use the Lindo Wing, I think she will use an American hospital like The Portland, which is owned by the Hospital Corporation of America,” he said.

Burrell also said that the Duchess of Sussex will most likely do things her way because she is strong and defiant.

The Portland Hospital serves as a good choice for Markle because the facility recently received a “good” rating from the Care Quality Commission. A basic birth package at the hospital is quite pricey, but this is also where Sarah Ferguson opted to give birth to Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

In related news, Burrell also weighed in on Markle’s lavish baby shower in New York. He said that he doesn’t think Queen Elizabeth II would’ve approved of the “Suits” alum decision to have an expensive baby shower with her friends.

“Meghan needs to be careful because she cannot upset the Queen… I think our Queen is above all of that. She will not understand what all this fuss is about and then she will pull them aside and have a good word with her grandson,” he said.

But regardless if the Queen has spoken to Markle and Prince Harry, it is highly likely that this conversation will be kept private. Markle returned to London after her baby shower, and she also flew to Morocco with Prince Harry for a three-day engagement a few days later.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in London.

Meghan Markle Meghan Markle will most likely give birth in the United States, claims Paul Burrell. Pictured: Markle attends an Investiture for Michael McHugo the founder of 'Education for All' with the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire on February 24, 2019 in Asni, Morocco. Photo: Getty Images/Kirsty Wigglesworth-Pool