Baby boy or girl? It seems Harry and Meghan don't know yet

Baby boy or girl? It seems Harry and Meghan don't know yet

Baby boy or girl? It seems Harry and Meghan don't know yet

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex took a minute to connect with a little girl who shared his distinctive hair color, whom he met while taking a walk with Meghan Markle in the British town of Birkenhead this week.

In addition, Meghan carried the Gabriela Hearst Demi leather tote in brown, the same purse she carried in green when she and Prince Harry visited their namesake county of Sussex for the first time in October.

"We asked her how her pregnancy was going and she said she was six months and she tapped her tummy", Carla Gandy, accompanied by her young daughter, told the outlet. Meghan Markle responded to her question when she was asked if she is having a boy or a girl.

But in bright letterbox-red stilettos, which matched her coat, the Duchess of Sussex looked every bit the royal and the fashionista we know her to be.

So when the royal baby - due in the United Kingdom spring - does arrive, our best guess is that Harry and Meghan will pick close friends such as George and Amal Clooney or Meghan's best friend, Jessica Mulroney and husband Ben Mulroney.

Kensington Palace had previously announced Meghan was "due in the spring".

Speculation Harry and Meghan will welcome a girl increased after United Kingdom bookmakers Paddy Power suspended betting on the gender of the baby due to an overwhelming number of bets being placed. The bronze statue, named after one of Owen's poems, Futility, shows an exhausted World War I soldier.

Plenty of well-wishers came out to greet the duchess in Birkenhead.

The 37-year-old Duchess intends to work late into her pregnancy, and has several events planned for this week.

She told the crowd their baby was due at the end of April or start of May.

"I would say that I would lift it for you, but neither of us should be lifting right now", Meghan remarked before asking when Midgely, 27, is due.

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.

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]