Meghan hints at the royal baby’s due date

2018-12-27 10:00
 
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

Cape Town – Meghan has hinted that her and Prince Harry’s child may arrive sooner than we think.

Kensington Palace announced on 15 October that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child in the spring of 2019 (autumn in South Africa).

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Spring in the UK generally takes place from mid-March to mid-June and after Meghan’s comments, we’re thinking March is the month baby Sussex will arrive.

Speaking to the crowd after attending the morning service in Sandringham on Christmas Day, Meghan reportedly answered questions about her pregnancy.

Karen Anvil, who was in the crowd outside the church, told E! News: “She [Meghan] said, ‘We are excited. We’re nearly there.’ I said, ‘Enjoy every moment, being a mother is a wonderful thing.’”

Anvil added: “You know what? She was so genuine. She was doing her duty as a royal with the crowds, shaking hands… But when I asked her about the baby, she changed totally. She was glowing and instinctively went for her stomach. It was lovely.”

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