Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s nursery room will be less traditional and gender-neutral, according to a royal expert.

Stine Brogaard, marketing manager at high-end brand Stokke, said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s very modern approach to parenting will result in a less traditional nursery for their firstborn.

The royal couple is expected to ditch the traditional pink for a girl and blue for a boy. Instead of colors that are associated with specific genders, a neutral palette might be on the cards for Prince Harry and Markle’s son.

“One way of doing this is to use the Scandi look of whites, greys, and beiges. These give clean lines, are chic, sustainable, and are complemented by an array of colors; the Scandi look can make a nursery feel warm, inviting, clean, and stylish,” Brogaard said.

Prince Harry and Markle may also go for environmentally friendly furniture for their son.

“Many parents are investing in eco-friendly, natural items that are sustainable, versatile and will last a long time and we expect Meghan and Harry to do the same. Parents today want durability, good design, high-quality items that can be adapted as the baby grows,” the marketing manager said.

Meanwhile, women’s mentor and clinical hypnotherapist Catherine Raincock made predictions on how she thinks Markle would handle motherhood. While speaking with Express, Raincock said that Markle would most likely breastfeed her baby.

Markle gave birth to her son on May 6. It has just been revealed that she gave birth at London’s Portland Hospital. On Archie’s birth certificate, Markle’s occupation is listed as the Princess of the United Kingdom, while Prince Harry’s occupation is listed as the Prince of the United Kingdom.

The Duchess of Sussex is currently on maternity leave and she will return to her royal duties in October. The Duke of Sussex has been attending royal engagements since the birth of his son.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019, in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Photo: Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images