April baby for Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan lets slip


As Meghan settles into royal life, she has been undertaking solo appearances, but joined her husband in the town of Birkenhead in Merseyside to visit several community centres, and meet local military veterans and young people.

Meghan, 37, reportedly spilled the news to someone in the crowd while they greeted people in Birkenhead on Monday, putting her at six months pregnant.

While she was there the duchess was asked by one new mother if they were having a boy or girl.

The Duchess of Sussex has given well wishers a big hint on when her baby could arrive.

Meghan Markle usually wears neutral and navy outfits, and so royal fans were delighted by her vibrant ensemble.

"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019", a statement from the Palace said at the time.

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For the occasion, Duchess Meghan sported a scarlet Sentaler wrap coat ($1,400) and purple dress by Babaton for ARITZIA ($138), completing the look with red Stuart Weitzman pumps ($375) and a brown Gabriela Hearst bag ($2,516), The Sun reports.

During a walkabout ahead of visits with the two respective organizations, Markle spoke to fans and revealed that she is due in late April or early May, as per HELLO!.

Bookmakers William Hill said a punter has placed a £500 wager on the duke and duchess having a baby girl in the coming weeks.

"Meghan came up to me and asked me how old I was and where I went to school", 9-year-old Kitty Dudley, St Anne's Primary School Rockferry, said.

They also paid a visit to women's charity Tomorrow's Women in Wirral and were even treated to a dance performance by junior dance troop The Hive from Wirral Youth Zone.