Meghan Markle Just Confirmed Her Due Date for the Royal Baby

When the Duchess of Sussex's pregnancy was announced past year, Kensington Palace released a statement saying she was due during the British spring, which extends from March until May.

Now that the probable due date has been revealed, all bets are on about not just the sex of the baby, but also his or her name.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is reportedly pinning down her due date.

"We asked her how her pregnancy was going and she said she was six months and she tapped her tummy", Carla Grandy, who was a part of the exuberant crowd, said.

She went to work for Meghan on a temporary basis before her wedding.

Currently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in the town of Birkenhead, where they were flooded with questions by the fans.

However she said that they didn't know whether their little one would be a boy or a girl as they want a surprise. She wore an eye-popping purple dress that showed off her growing baby bump and accessorised with a brown leather bag and a red pair of heels that matched her coat perfectly.

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She replaced Seargeant Bill Renshaw, Harry's long-serving head of security following his retirement after 30 years in the field.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, stepped out for her first appearance with the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, in bold color choices of purple and red.

Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex are greeted as they arrive to visit Birkenhead, northwest England, Jan. 14, 2019.

Meghan Markle's colorful outfit may have been royally inspired - by none other than Princess Diana.

PA Wire/PA Images The Duchess of Sussex speaks with local people at Number 7, a "Feeding Birkenhead" citizens supermarket and community cafe, at Princess Pavements, Pyramids Shopping Centre. The organisation offers workshops and training courses for 6000 women, as well as support groups for mental health, domestic abuse, and addiction.

They ended their visit at the Hive Wirral Youth Zone, run by the charity OnSide Youth Zones.

  • Michelle Webb