Published: Tue, January 15, 2019
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Pregnant Meghan Markle wears £3.8k outfit to the supermarket

Pregnant Meghan Markle wears £3.8k outfit to the supermarket

When the Duchess of Sussex revealed today that her baby is due in late April or early May, it was a rare example of Harry and Meghan letting slip any detail of outcome about her pregnancy.

During her first joint engagement with husband Prince Harry in the town of Birkenhead, England, the duchess spoke to well-wisher Carla Gandy and her four-year-old daughter. "And season one when she's really all about business, I wear more charcoal grays and blacks", Meghan told InStyle.

Not only did the pregnant duchess wear a bright color combo that's strictly outside her neutral-loving wheelhouse, but she also spilled some important news regarding baby Sussex.

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

Kensington Palace, which has said only that the baby is due in the northern hemisphere spring, declined to comment on Monday.

Meghan and Harry also said they don't know the baby's gender and they want it to be a surprise, Elle reported.

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Meghan, 37, was dressed in a purple dress from Babaton by Aritzia, a cheery red coat from Sentaler and matching red Stuart Weitzman pumps.

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The goal of their four-stop visit to the northwest of England was to meet with local social-service and community organisations, Kensington Palace said. "She said her pregnancy had gone so quickly", another citizen who met Meghan revealed. William has seen a real change in his brother's behavior over the past couple of years - Meghan totally controls Harry.

Bookmakers William Hill said a punter has placed a £500 wager on the duke and duchess having a baby girl in the coming weeks.

Tomorrows Women Wirrel was their next stop, where they heard about the work being done to support around 6,000 vulnerable women dealing with mental health problems, domestic violence and addiction.

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