Meghan Markle has reportedly confirmed her due date confirming that she is six months pregnant.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Birkenhead, Wirral, at this time as a part of their first joint official engagement of the yr.
Upon their arrival in Merseyside – the place they’re anticipated to go to plenty of native organisations – the couple undertook a royal walkabout amongst the massive crowds.
And it was right here that Markle reportedly confirmed simply how far alongside her being pregnant is.
In response to a number of royal reporters, together with ITV’s Chris Ship, Markle informed a girls within the crowd that she is six months pregnant and anticipating to offer start this coming April.
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“For many who need to find out about these items: Meghan informed one girl within the crowd that she is six months pregnant and one other lady that her due date is round April,” he wrote on Twitter.
Emily Nash, royal editor at Hi there!, additionally confirmed the information writing: “Meghan has informed wellwishers in Birkenhead that she is six months pregnant – due finish of April/starting of Might! A lot of child chat at this time!”
However, there’s extra information.
In response to Rebecca English, royal correspondent on the Each day Mail, Markle additionally revealed she doesn’t know the gender of their child.
“However Meghan stated she didn’t know whether or not they had been having a boy or a woman. She stated she desires it to be a shock!” Nash wrote on Twitter.
Whereas Kensington Palace previously confirmed that the Duchess is due in Spring 2019, that is the closest royal followers have gotten to a affirmation of her due date.
It has additionally been reported that Markle is contemplating Frimley Park hospital in Surrey for her supply, which might be an enormous departure from St. Mary’s Hospital in London, the place Kate Middleton and Princess Diana delivered their kids.
Throughout their journey to Merseyside, the couple have visited plenty of places together with a statue erected to mark the 100th anniversary of battle poet Wilfred Owen’s dying, Collectively Ladies Wirral – an organisation that helps girls in susceptible circumstances- and a grocery store and group café.