She may not want to do the same thing as Kate Middleton and give birth to her first child in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, but that doesn’t mean Meghan Markle is planning on heading back to the United States before her baby’s birth with the intention of welcoming the child while in her home country either.

According to a report by OK! Magazine, Markle and Prince Harry are actually planning to have their baby in the U.S., and that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have plans for the baby to be born in California.

“[Prince Harry’s] royal duties are important to him, but he loves the idea of escaping...and welcoming the baby in sunny, drama-free California,” an alleged source told the magazine.

The source also claimed that the former actress is insistent on giving birth in California because it would allow for her mother, Doria Ragland, who still lives there, to be by her side while she’s in labor.

“Meghan will want her mom to be by her side when she gives birth,” the source said.

However, Gossip Cop has confirmed the report to be untrue, and the royal couple, who are entering into the last trimester of the pregnancy, are still intending on welcoming the baby in England.

Markle isn’t likely to continue traveling at this point of her pregnancy, as women who are entering their final trimester are discouraged from doing so, especially by air. As a result, a trip to California before her due date would seem completely unlikely, even if it meant her mother would be by her side. Instead, if Ragland is with her daughter after she gives birth, she would likely travel on her own to England.

In addition, though the Duke and Duchess are moving out of Kensington Palace, they are moving to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. Though a birth at the same hospital where Kate Middleton welcomed her three children wouldn’t necessarily be likely if they choose a hospital that is closer to their new home, a hospital in California is out of the question.