At a recent royal outing, Meghan Markle has let slip when she and Harry expect their bundle of joy to arrive and it’s not as soon as we first thought.
While chatting to fans at the unveiling of the new Wilfred Owen sculpture in Birkenhead, Meghan revealed she was six months pregnant with the royal baby due around the end of April or early May.
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Thank you to everyone that gave The Duke and Duchess of Sussex such a warm welcome to Birkenhead today! The Duke and Duchess viewed a new sculpture erected at Hamilton Square in November 2018 to mark the 100th anniversary of Wilfred Owen’s death. The statue, named after one of the war poet’s poems ‘Futility’, is cast in bronze and represents an exhausted #WW1 soldier. #RoyalVisitBirkenhead #Birkenhead
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In the original announcement of the pregnancy all Kensington Palace gave away was that the baby was due in the Northern Hemisphere’s spring, which starts in March, but didn’t specify a month which led a lot of speculation as to the exact due date with most guessing earlier rather than later.
But the Duchess has now confirmed that the baby is set to arrive late April or early May, during her chatting with fans Meghan also said that they were sticking to the royal tradition of not finding out the sex of the baby before it is born.