In October, Kensington Palace confirmed that the Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle, is expecting her first child with Prince Harry.

The announcement stated that the baby was expected in the spring of 2019 but didn’t specify how far along the duchess was.

Now, fans are speculating that the royal baby will be here sooner than later after Markle dropped a hint during a visit to Norfolk for a Christmas church service.

When the duchess was greeting fans outside, many congratulated the 37-year-old on her pregnancy. Others asked her how the royal baby was doing.

In a video taken by a Twitter user, Markle implied that her baby may be born a little closer to winter than spring. She put her hand on her baby bump and said, “We’re nearly there!”

The fan who asked the duchess about the baby posted about the experience on Twitter.

She said that she was asking Markle about the baby as “just one mother talking to another.”

She wrote on Twitter:

I said congratulations on your baby and she said ‘Thank You’ and I 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.

Kensington Palace has yet to confirm exactly when the baby is due. For now, we’ll just have to wait and see!

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4 Replies to “Meghan Markle Hints That Royal Baby Is Almost Here While Holding Bump in Video Taken by Fan”

  • Maria 2 years ago

    Maybe that’s the reason Harry had to get marry.

  • Anonymous 2 years ago

    That has to be the quickest pregnancy ever if she is going to pop soon.

  • Anonymous 2 years ago

    Why can’t she be left alone? She and Harry will be beautiful, lovable parents, and it does (or sh ould) not matter when she conceived. the point is they will be, as stated, be loving mom and dad.

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