Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are having TWINS, according to an experienced Asparamancer.
Jemima Packington used the power of asparagus to make her astonishing prediction live on today's This Morning.
The Asparamance, who claims to have predicted Brexit and various sporting events, believes the couple will welcome two royal babies – and the nation doesn't have long to wait.
She has seen into the future and is convinced the little bundles of joy will be born by the end of this month.
Jemima picked up a handful of asparagus and tossed it onto a golden plate, but presenter Holly Willougbhy was worried when one sprig fell onto the floor.
However, there is no cause for concern, as this is not a sign that something bad will happen.
Jemima confirmed the asparagus falling on the floor means "celebrations" are in order.
She also spotted the letter 'A' being formed by the vegetable, which indicates Meghan's due date.
Jemima said: "There's a lovely 'A' here. That means she’s going to have the baby by the end of April. It won’t be a May baby."
Holly claimed she could see an 'M' or 'H' in the first of the season English asparagus and suggested it could be a name.
After spotting the letters 'I, N and A', Phillip Schofield guessed the name could be Georgina.
The Asparamancer is standing by her twins claim, having previously predicted details of other royal births.
She said: "It does say twins. One boy, one girl."
Royal expert Camilla Tominey added: "If the asparagus says so then I’ve got to go with it."
This Morning viewers were divided, with some left in hysterics and others raging against the predictions.
One viewer said: "How embarrassing if the asparagus has lied."
"What a load of rubbish. Megan is not big enough to be having twins. We as a nation will find out in the end what megan and harry have had," added another.
A third joked: "Utter nonsense. I just rolled a turnip and a beetroot down my granny's stairs and the beetroot won = not twins"
*This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10.30am
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