- Meghan Markle told fans that she’s expecting her baby in April, the Daily Mail reported.
- The duchess and Prince Harry spoke to fans gathered in Birkenhead, northwest England, on Monday, during a visit to a new sculpture.
- Kensington Palace first announced that Meghan was pregnant in October, and that she was expecting in Spring 2019.
Meghan Markle reportedly told fans that she’s expecting her baby in April, and it’s the closest we’ve got so far to knowing her due date.
The Duchess of Sussex, accompanied by husband Prince Harry, was heard telling a group of well wishers in Birkenhead, outside the northern English city of Liverpool, that she was expecting in April, the Daily Mail reported.
If that report is correct, Meghan is now around six months pregnant, leaving roughly three months until the baby is born.
Kensington Palace announced that the Duchess was pregnant on October 15, and that she was expecting the child in Spring 2019.
The Duke and Duchess were in the town to visit a sculpture, made to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of British wartime-poet Wilfred Owen.
The baby will probably have a different last name from the rest of the royal family.