This MASSIVE clue reveals the gender of Meghan Markle's baby

Lewis Collier
January 14, 2019

Meghan's personal assistant Melissa Touabti also announced in December after a similarly short period of time, just six months. Royal biographer Robert Jobson claimed in his book, Charles at Seventy, that a stressed-out Harry became "short-tempered" with staff and insisted: "What Meghan wants, she gets".

The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex greeted the crowds in Birkenhead, England, on Monday where, according to multiple royal reporters, she shared with a woman in the crowd that she is six months pregnant. Meghan added vertiginous red high heel shoes and wore her raven hair in a tried and tested sleek bun.

Meghan looked happy and relaxed as she chatted to well-wishers for 45 minutes - many of which had been queuing for hours to meet the couple - wearing a red wrap dress over a figure hugging purple dress from Babaton by Aritizia.

Meghan is expected to give birth in March or April, but some bookies are taking bets on the new arrival appearing as soon as February.

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Fans handed Meghan multiple bouquets of flowers as well as a gift of handmade paper flowers from a young fan from Fun Train Day Nursery.

Meghan and Harry were in Birkenhead paying their respects to acclaimed First World War poet Wilfred Owen by viewing a sculpture in the town's Hamilton Square marking the 100th anniversary of his death.

In October, she was with the couple on a Pacific tour when she helped rush the duchess out of a solo visit to a market in Fiji, cutting it short because of the crowds and sweltering conditions.

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