Meghan Markle Hinted At Her Due Date On Christmas Day

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When Kensington Palace released a statement announcing Meghan's pregnancy in October, they said the Duchess of Sussex "is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019".

Weeks after the announcement, Meghan's baby bump became more noticeable.

Meghan Markle reportedly revealed details about when she will give birth to her first child with Prince Harry. Instead of her signature pumps, the pregnant Duchess wore boots, also by her designer friend Beckham.

"Even royal photographer Karen Anvil took to Twitter to share the moment and said, "'We're almost there' - my response from Meghan when I asked her if she was excited".

Markle's curtsy was crisper and more dignified than her effort previous year, when as the royals' newest fiancee, she awkwardly bent with a small smile while clutching her Chloe handbag. In a video shared on Twitter by Emily Spencer, Meghan shakes hands with the well-wishers lining the route as they congratulate her on the family's new addition.

"It looks like they're nearly sharing a joke that they've got to perform this friendship routine", she said.

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Markle and Prince Harry joined Prince William and Kate Middelton for the royal family's annual walkabout before church service at Sandringham, marking this the first Christmas as an official member of the royal family for the former Suits star.

"You know what? She was so genuine".

However, Diana continued to complete royal visits all while wearing outfits that showed off her baby bump. In an interview with Glamour magazine, she said, "Now what I'm starting to learn is, even though things look unbelievable on the hanger, it doesn't mean they're going to look fantastic on me. Her bump holding was pure instinct, natural and not staged at all".

Ms Anvil also got in a quick chat, too.

One source said that the Duchess of Sussex attended a "cold cuts feast" at a cottage on the family's Sandringham Estate after the hunt had taken place.

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