Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle will be needing more security in the coming months. Pictured: Markle and Prince Harry arrive at Westminster Abbey to attend a service to mark the centenary of the Armistice in central London on Nov. 11, 2018. Getty Images/Tolga Akmen

Meghan Markle will be needing more security in the coming months.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child together. According to Michael Jackson's former bodyguard, the pregnant royal's security should be tightened.

"I witnessed it with Michael Jackson’s children," Matt Fiddes told Express. "Everyone will fight to get a picture of that baby bump because that child will go down in history. That’s what happened in Australia and Fiji."

"It is more dangerous now that she is pregnant for sure," he continued. "I know paparazzi and they can be so tough when they want to get something. There have been instances where they have knocked people over."

Fiddes believed that Prince Harry and Markle handled their pregnancy announcement well. However, he believed that it would have been better if they "made the announcement after returning from Australia because it just ended up making the crowds even crazier." Fiddes is convinced that Markle's security will be increased given her condition.

"They will 100 percent hire more security for Meghan, I have seen it with other celebrities," Fiddes added. "As they become more and more pregnant, there will always be more demand. She will restrict her Royal engagements and increase her security massively."

Part of Prince Harry and Markle's trip was a visit to Fiji. When the duchess stepped out in a busy street market it caused chaos. The crowd was bigger than anticipated, so they rushed Markle away from the public after only 6. minutes.

Following the incident, Princess Diana's former bodyguard Ken Wharfe confirmed that Prince Harry and Markle's Commonwealth tour was a cause for concern.

"I think Kensington Palace was right to say there was cause for concern," Wharfe told Sky News. "My own view is that these visits are always very difficult to police and to protect. But I think what we have to keep in mind here is that this was their first major visit to Australia and the South Pacific and one has to rely on the planning beforehand."

On the other hand, Fiddes praised Prince Charles' bodyguard who thwarted an assassination attempt in Australia. In fact, he said that the said person was "a great example of what a bodyguard should be all about."

"All I have seen so far with the Royal protection team is that they are true professionals willing to put their lives in front of the Royal Family," he added.