Meghan Markle made her first husband agree to a 'pregnancy contract' to make sure she was afforded every possible luxury if she gave birth to their child, a close friend has revealed to DailyMailTV.

The then-rising actress was so concerned about the rigors of baby-making - and getting herself back in celebrity-shape - that she demanded husband Trevor Engelson pay for a personal trainer and a nutritionist to help her along if they conceived.

The Duchess of Sussex also ironed out child care details to ensure Engelson was happy to pay for a nanny to help, a source told DailyMailTV.

The revelation comes just days after Meghan and Prince Harry revealed they were expecting their first child and gives a whole new meaning to the saying 'too posh to push'.
就在消息放出几天前,梅根和哈里刚刚宣布期待第一个孩子的降临,同时全新解读了“too posh to push”。

DailyMailTV has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment. 

Pregnancy contracts are increasingly popular in the US, particularly in the Duchess' hometown of Los Angeles.

Although they tend to cover parental responsibilities after giving birth, such as the division of household duties, and according to the insider Meghan was focused on making sure she did not lose her figure.

'She knows the heavy-weighted body-type runs in her family and has always been terrified of putting on extra pounds, particularly given her career at the time.

'Anytime she puts on a bit of weight, it shows on her face, so she wanted to make sure she would be camera-ready very quickly.