Royal experts believe Meghan will do things her own way when it comes to raising Baby Sussex, and won't be tied down by royal traditions.
"Her exact word was 'fluid, '" a source told Vanity Fair.
The mother said the cosmetic surgery has also benefited her three children as now she has more energy for them.
Stars such as Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson and Bryce Dallas Howard have all previously spoken about avoiding gender stereotypes when raising their kids.
"Meghan has been talking to some of her friends about the birth and how she and Harry plan to raise their baby", the insider said.
She said they plan to raise their child with a fluid approach to gender.
According to People, Meghan's best friend, Jessica Mulroney, Amal and Serena were among the attendees who left the fete with $700 worth of gifts including $200 leather tote bags from Cuyana filled with some of the Duchess' favorite high-end products.
The royal baby is expected in the spring. "I knew Harry was going to be a boy because I saw on the scan", she told Andrew Morton in 1991. It could be that. However, sources have revealed that the real reason was Meghan hurt her feelings by not coming to her wedding.
"When my surgery was unveiled it felt like I was the princess for the day, it was a great experience and I really enjoyed it", she said. "That story is the smoking gun".
Meghan Markle's estranged half-sister Samantha Markle is launching another verbal attack against her royal sister, claiming that the pregnant Duchess "doesn't have a heart".
With all the pressures that come with bringing a baby into the world, Meghan and Harry are resolved to build a sanctuary for their little family. There would've been security required at every wedding, pre-wedding and post-wedding event she (and presumably Harry) attended, fans and reporters would have been clamouring to get pics of her, and all that attention would've taken away from the bride and groom themselves.