Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have just hinted at their baby’s sex once again.

Katie Nicholl, a royal correspondent, told Entertainment Tonight that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are having a gender-neutral nursery room built for their firstborn. The design of the nursery room will also be very modern.

“Don’t expect to see any baby pink or baby blue. Apparently, it’s going to be a monochrome palette – whites and grays, I’m told, will be the color theme for baby Sussex’s nursery,” she said.

Nicholl said that the colors of the nursery coincide with what Markle said during her recent outing. The “Suits” alum revealed that she and Prince Harry opted to not know their baby’s sex until after it is born. As such, most parents who do not know the sex of their baby go for neutral colors.

Despite all of the suspense surrounding Prince Harry and Markle’s offspring, bookies are still convinced that the couple will welcome a baby girl in the Spring. Last week, bookies Paddy Power told Express that they have suspended betting on the gender of Prince Harry and Markle’s baby due to the flurry of bets on it being a girl.

Last year, Prince Harry also expressed his desire to have a baby girl during one of his walkabouts.

In related news, Nicholl also weighed in on the status of Prince Harry and Markle’s relationship and said that they are in such a good place at the moment.

“They are super excited about the spring birth of their baby. They are very much looking forward to moving into the new home in Frogmore Cottage,” she said.

Markle and Prince Harry are on the process of renovating Frogmore Cottage. It has been revealed that their property will be ready for occupancy next year. At the moment, the couple is renting a lavish farmhouse in Oxfordshire. The couple’s baby will spend the first year of its life in the rented house and will move to their permanent home in 2020.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is having their baby's nursery room designed. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle visit 'Tomorrow's Women Wirral' Charity on January 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Photo: Getty Images/Charlotte Graham-WPA Pool