Published: Wed, January 16, 2019
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Meghan Markle Made One Big Change to Her Usual Makeup Routine Tonight

Meghan Markle Made One Big Change to Her Usual Makeup Routine Tonight

Today marked her first official as patron to the charity, but she has been visiting them privately since autumn a year ago.

In fact, earlier this week Meghan revealed how far along in her pregnancy she is (6 months!) and which means she'll be due around the end of April/beginning of May!

Meghan is wearing sequined Roland Mouret, matching Harry in dark blue, with that bateau neckline that she favours, kinda boring and you wouldn't look twice at it at an award show but it's playing very well with the people - which is where a dress on her, and Princess Kate too, has to live.

It's not the first thing you should say to a pregnant woman or a former actress but the Duchess of Sussex was left laughing after a pensioner called her "a fat lady".

One doubtful social media user said: "Think you need to go to Specsavers".

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Without freshman star Tre Jones (shoulder) and Cameron Reddish (illness), Duke clings to a 49-48 lead going into the second half. The No. 22 Seminoles (14-1, 2-0) have won 10 straight since losing to LSU in November to climb into this week's AP Top 25.

In fact, her wedding makeup artist, Daniel Martin, told PEOPLE that Meghan isn't the biggest fan of a bold lip.

Her other dog Guy, a Beagle, did make the journey and is now part of the family and has joined the Sussex's other pet, a black Labrador.

16, Markle visited animal charity Mayhew, dressing her baby bump in a figure-hugging cream H&M maternity dress and a beige Armani coat, completing her look with a Stella McCartney tote and nude suede slingback heels.

The 37-year-old, who has had rescue dogs of her own, met with a number of officers at the animal welfare shelter, which it's understood she has visited in private on a number of occasions over the past year.

It has a pet refuge service, provides vet services to vulnerable owners and has a team of animal welfare officers who work with local residents helping local communities.

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