Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in the process of renovating Frogmore Cottage. Now, there are rumors suggesting that the “Suits” alum will practice Feng Shui on the property.

Stephen Moyes, a journalist for The Sun, claimed that Markle is a huge fan of the ancient belief that arranging furniture in a certain way creates good vibes. He said that it is highly likely for the Duchess of Sussex to want to apply this idea for the renovation of Frogmore Cottage.

On her former lifestyle blog The Tig, Markle talked about her love for the Chinese mystic art.

“The ancient Chinese are of Feng Shui has been practiced for nearly 3,000 years. With so many layers of tradition and technicality, it may seem daunting to introduce to your home aesthetic and ethos,” she wrote.

Feng Shui works by placing items like beds, cookers and desks in command position facing doors. Those that practice Feng Shui also tend to keep their homes clutter-free and they do not keep broken items.

Last year, it was reported that Markle is also planning on giving her mom a suite inside Frogmore Cottage ahead of her baby’s arrival. Doria Ragland is expected to fly to London in the weeks leading up to her grandchild’s birth.

“Doria wants to be around a lot when the baby arrives, and there are plans for her to have a dedicated space at their new home. She wants to be on hand to help Meghan and Harry with the baby,” a source told Vanity Fair.

The source also claimed that Ragland might have encouraged Markle to have a home birth. Another source said that Markle is on board with not having a traditional birth for her baby. Instead, she wants a pool to be set up in a relaxing environment at home.

Prince Harry reportedly found Markle’s desire for homebirth surprising, but the “Suits” alum wants to ensure that her delivery will be as natural as possible.

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Meghan Markle may be using Feng Shui with the ongoing Frogmore Cottage renovations. Pictured: Markle presents the Celebrating Excellence Award to Nathan Forster, a former soldier of the Army's Parachute Regiment, at the Endeavour Fund awards at Drapers' Hall on February 7, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Tolga Akmen-WPA Pool