"We're Nearly There": Meghan Markle Celebrated Christmas And Hinted At The Upcoming Due Day
December 28, 2018 10:15 By Fabiosa
Ever since the Kensington Palace made an official announcement in October 2018 that the Duchess of Sussex was pregnant, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fans have been paying close attention to the future mom's health and waiting impatiently for the royal couple's firstborn to appear.
You thought the baby was due in spring? There's information that the first baby of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be born soon!
On December 25, 2018, Meghan Markle made an announcement concerning her pregnancy.
In a conversation with photographer Karen Anvil, the future mom hinted at the upcoming due day.
‘We’re nearly there’ - my response from Meghan when I asked her if she was excited. These photos are my own and if any publication wishes to use please contact email@example.com @KensingtonRoyal #MeghanMarkle #Bump #LoveHer pic.twitter.com/YjQyBCAyGs— Karen Anvil (@Anvilius) December 26, 2018
Here's what Karen told about her conversation with Meghan outside St Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day:
I said congratulations on your baby and she said, "Thank you". 'I then asked her if she was excited and she said "Yes we are, we're nearly there" as she cradled her bump. I told her to enjoy every moment as being a mother is the best feeling. She smiled said thank you, and moved on.
According to Karen, Prince Harry's wife didn't reveal the exact date but she implied that it's not long before it happens.
Hundreds of well-wishers turned out to see the royal family attend the Christmas Day church service on the Sandringham estate. The Duke of Edinburgh and Duchess of Cornwall both missed the service.— ITV News Anglia (@itvanglia) December 25, 2018
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Based on this information as well as judging by the size of Meghan's baby bump, this joyful event is really imminent.
What is your opinion? When will Meghan and Prince Harry's firstborn appear? Share your assumptions in the comments below!