Meghan Markle announced that the birth of her baby will be kept private until after she and Prince Harry are able to enjoy their firstborn as a family.

Days after the announcement, actors posed in a series of fake photos showing Markle and Prince Harry with their newborn daughter. The spoof images depict a fake Duke and Duchess of Sussex standing outside St. Mary’s Hospital’s Lindo Wing while Markle is carrying her newborn child.

It has been a common practice among some royal moms to present their baby to the world after they are born. Princess Diana and Kate Middleton showed off their children to the public outside St. Mary’s Hospital’s Lindo Wing. However, there are speculations suggesting that this isn’t where Markle will give birth.

Royal photographer Tim Rooke told Cosmopolitan that the press would be kept away even before the royal couple made an announcement, and he was right.

Meanwhile, other spoof photos of the fake Markle and Prince Harry show them posing inside a toy store. Markle is carrying her baby while checking out the aisle section for baby toys. The fake couple also seems to be arguing in a third picture while checking out at the store.

In related news, baby generator website Morph Thing created an incredible age-projection image of Prince Harry and Markle’s baby. After combining the photos of the royals when they were teenagers, the result showed an adorable baby who has Prince Harry’s eyes and Markle’s hair color.

As of late, bookies are still convinced that Markle will have a baby girl. While Prince Harry was on one of his royal engagements, a fan said that he hopes Prince Harry would have a baby girl and he said that he hopes for the same thing. Markle also previously told a psychic that she wants to have a baby girl.

Markle is scheduled to give birth at the end of April or the beginning of May.

Meghan Markle Cradles Newborn Baby Girl In Spoof Images Portrayed By Actress The Duke and Duchess of are pictured walking through the walled public Andalusian Gardens on Feb. 25, 2019 in Rabat, Morocco. Photo: Facundo Arrizabalaga – Pool/Getty Images