Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are being warned to expect some problems after their baby is born. The couple is pictured arriving for their visit to Morocco in Casablanca on Feb. 23, 2019. Hannah McKay-WPA Pool/Getty Images

They’ve faced endless reports and critiques in the media throughout her pregnancy, but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly need to be more prepared for some problems they will supposedly face after they welcome their first child into the world.

In an interview with talkRADIO, royal expert Rupert Bell revealed that he thinks being cooped up with her baby will become a problem for the Duchess of Sussex, who has been given the nickname the “Demanding Duchess” because of her very hands-on approach to her role, because she will not only be taking a break from her duties, but she also won’t necessarily be the focus of people’s attention.

“She is going to be cooped up in a lavished, upholstered cottage in Windsor Park but it’s still going to feel lonely,” he said. “Once the fairy dust settles, once you are no longer the star turn, that’s when the issue for her could surface.”

Bell added that she may have difficulties adjusting to being both a full-time royal and a mother, especially considering how much she’s taken on in less than a year since officially marrying into the royal family.

“However much she wants to do the work she thinks is important and the causes close to her heart—hopefully, she can find and maintain the enthusiasm once the reality of being a mummy is concerned and everything that entails,” he said. “It will be just under a year when she has the baby that she has married into the Family who put an immediate strain on her because of the nature and the history and perception of how things have to be done.”