Meghan Markle’s baby could be a trigger for Prince Harry following Princess Diana’s death many years ago.

Relationship expert Kate Mansfield told Express that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may experience some marital problems with their baby’s arrival because Prince Harry might feel that he is being set aside.

The expert said that Markle giving their baby all her attention and possibly taking Prince Harry for granted could be a trigger for the royal. After all, he lost his mom, Princess Diana, at such a young age.

Michelle Zelli, a life coach, also said that Markle and Prince Harry’s baby’s arrival could reopen old wounds that took a very long time to heal for the Duke of Sussex. She also said that Prince Harry may suffer from postnatal depression, especially since he struggled with his mental health in the past.

“A man can feel useless, worthless, and even pushed aside as the mother lavishes her attention and affection, becoming immersed and devoted to the needs of the offspring. As a consequence, his abandoned inner child can hijack the relationship,” she explained.

Zelli added that it is important for Markle to give Prince Harry the same love and attention – if not more – to make sure that he won’t suffer from old symptoms of withdrawal and turn to depression.

The expert said that Prince Harry, just like most men, may stay silent and internalize the pain they are feeling for fear of being called too needy. This is why when their firstborn arrives, it is a must for the royal couple to reach out to each other and strengthen the bond between them.

Markle can also prevent Prince Harry from feeling useless and worthless if she will exert the effort to nurture their relationship.

The Duchess of Sussex’s pregnancy was confirmed by Kensington Palace on Oct. 15 while she and Prince Harry were in Australia. Markle is expected to give birth to her first child in the Spring of 2019, which means that they welcome the infant between March and June of next year.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be a trigger for the latter because he lost his mom at a young age. Pictured: Markle, Prince Harry leave after attending Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on December 25, 2018 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Stephen Pond