Meghan Markle Lets Slip Which Month Her First Baby Is Due

Meghan Markle Lets Slip Which Month Her First Baby Is Due

Meghan Markle Lets Slip Which Month Her First Baby Is Due

According to royal reporters, Meghan confirmed to another fan that the baby is due in April, and that neither she nor Harry know if they're having a boy or girl, since they want it to be a surprise.

"We asked her how her pregnancy was going and she said she was six months and she tapped her tummy", well-wisher Carla Gandy told People. "And season one when she's really all about business, I wear more charcoal grays and blacks", Meghan told InStyle.

The Duchess wore her luscious brunette locks in a bun, while husband Harry looked as handsome as ever in a grey coat and smart pair of pants.

The royals travelled up north to celebrate the acclaimed First World War poet Wilfred Owen.

Markle also reportedly asked Midgely, who is 23 and pregnant with a baby girl, how far along she was in her pregnancy, then responded, "So soon!"

The bronze artwork by sculptor Jim Whelan has been named after Owen's poem Futility and shows an exhausted soldier sitting with his head in his hands.


Meghan, 37, was dressed in a purple dress from Babaton by Aritzia, a cheery red coat from Sentaler and matching red Stuart Weitzman pumps.

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!.

The couple will also attend the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Totem in support of Harry's African children's charity, Sentebale, at London's Royal Albert Hall in the evening.

Meghan Markle shared a sweet moment with a pregnant fan while out in Birkenhead, England, on Monday.

The 27-year-old, who is expecting her second child in May, said: "She just said "congratulations" and asked me about the due date and a few more details about the baby, before presenting the baby basics basket".

They ended their visit at the Hive Wirral Youth Zone, run by the charity OnSide Youth Zones.

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