Meghan Markle and Prince Harry captured the imagination with their whirlwind of romance. And with her first baby on the way, her romance continues to captivate the audience. Now, according to bookmakers, the chances of Meghan delivering real twins have skyrocketed.
Irish bookies Paddy Power have stopped accepting bets on Meghan Markle who gives birth to twins, after a series of bets on Friday morning.
This is not uncommon for betting sites, which can place a bet on an "abnormal" number of bets on a subject.
The odds of Meghan and Harry having twice as many problems skyrocketed until 5/1 before the suspension.
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A spokesman for Paddy Power said: "An unprecedented amount of bets on Meghan and Harry to have twins has forced us to stop betting on the market entirely this morning.
"Since the beginning of the day, the current betting has led us to believe that perhaps the bettors, or a source of insider information, know something more than us."
There are other sources that agree that this could be a possibility.
According to the NHS, Meghan, 37, may be more likely to have non-identical twins, since "older mothers" are more likely to release more than one egg during ovulation.
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Helen Turier, head of family and professional support of the Association of Twins and Multiple Births, told Express.co.uk: "Older women, so women over thirty and over forty are more likely of hyper-polarizing
"From what we understand, it's due to the changing levels of hormones."
And if you are inclined to be influenced by the mystical side of life, the psychics are also on board for the twins.
The psychic of celebrities, Sally Morgan, who worked with Princess Diana, predicted in Loose Women earlier this year that Duke and Duchess of Sussex will announce their pregnancy before October.
He also predicted that the couple can expect two girls and a boy with twin potential in May 2018.
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During her time on the ITV panel, she told the audience: "They will have two girls and a boy, they will have three children.
"Harry will have more daughters than sons and, in fact, this is something important, there can be twins there."
And she was not the only one: the famous psychic Harry T also predicted this for the Royals.
He told the Australian television show Today Extra in May 2018: "I think Prince Harry will have two daughters and possibly a child as well.
"I wonder if there's a possibility of twins for them, even?"