There’s lots of speculation about where and how Meghan Markle will give birth. Will it be in the Lido Wing? At home? Will she use a doula? The latest rumor is that she could have an easy labor, and there’s some evidence to back up this claim.

The Sun’s Fabulous section spoke to anatomy expert Dr. Adam Taylor about the Duchess of Sussex’s thumbs. Photos of Meghan Markle from her National Theatre visit last month make it look like the former actress has double-jointed fingers. If that hypermobility extends to other parts of her body, she might be in for an easy labor.

“The ligaments of the pelvis, which help hold the pelvis together, are believed to loosen over pregnancy,” Taylor told the outlet. “So any more mobility within these from having hypermobility may help make delivery easier too.”

The pregnant Duchess is expected to give birth in late April or early May, but she isn’t guaranteed an easy delivery. First, it’s impossible to know if other parts of Meghan’s body are hypermobile. Second, hypermobility can also cause some problems.

Meghan Markle
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is rumored to be double-jointed which might ultimately make her labor easier. She is pictured in London on Jan. 30, 2019. NIKLAS HALLEN/AFP/Getty Images

Birth coach Alexandra Kremer added that hypermobility can create more issues like pelvic girdle pain and sometimes lead to premature labor. “If Meghan suffers with hypermobility, then it’s likely her care providers will have talked to her about it and looked at all the options,” she said. “This could mean anything from extra joint support like a pelvic belt to planning for an earlier arrival.”

Neither of the experts interviewed have cared for Markle.

Who exactly is prepping for this baby’s arrival? It depends who you ask. There were rumors that Markle would give birth at home, but her and Prince Harry’s upcoming move to Frogmore Cottage made people think that Frimley Park was more likely since it is closer to their new home. However, the latest reports indicate that Meghan and Harry’s baby might be born at St. Mary’s Hospital after all.

“Staff at the Lindo Wing have been asked not to take holiday in April. Everyone thinks it’s got something to do with the royal baby but no one is confirming anything,” a source told the Telegraph.