Meghan Markle Drops a Hint About Her Baby's Due Date at Christmas
- Author: Michelle Webb Dec 29, 2018,
Dec 29, 2018, 1:23
Business Insider reports Prince Harry reportedly attended the annual Boxing Day shoot as normal on Tuesday, despite rumours that Meghan Markle had asked him to skip it because of objection to blood sports.
In the 2013 Netflix documentary The Royals, experts explained how Diana "wearing her bump with pride" changed everything for Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. "We're almost there, '" one of them, Karen Anvil, told E!
Meghan Markle, aka the Duchess of Sussex, executed a flawless curtsy to the queen on Christmas Day, as her royal highness left services at the church of St. Mary Magdalene.
Kensington Palace announced in October that Prince Harry and the duchess would welcome their first child in spring 2019. The now Duchess of Sussex has been reported to oppose the activity, being an animal lover. "I said, 'Enjoy every moment, being a mother is a wonderful thing'". The palace typically does not give out information on the exact due date.
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Social media commentators rushed to express their views on the matter, some judging 'Meghan's ban, ' while others defending the Duchess. She was doing her duty as a royal with the crowds, shaking hands, etc. "Apart from having very rigid, fixed smiles on their faces, I didn't see anything in the way of glances or exchanges between them", James noted.
It was the first time the public had seen the Fab Four together since theRemembrance Day servicesin November and local well-wishers gathered to greet the royal couples.
Ms Anvil also got in a quick chat, too. "Her bump holding was pure instinct, natural and not staged at all".
His comments come after Princes William and Harry opened up about their childhood with their environmentalist father, telling upcoming documentary Prince, Son And Heir: Charles At 70 that he would often take them litter-picking as teenagers.