Meghan Markle's due date may be sooner than expected

Meghan Markle's due date may be sooner than expected

Meghan Markle's due date may be sooner than expected

From the present giving, to the festive decorations and church service, here are the three traditions Prince George, and his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis broke this Yuletide - but we love them for it.

Doria was photographed by paparazzi in the United States as she exited her home to collect her post.

As she was posing for photos, Markle told photographer Karen Anvil exactly that.

Meghan Markle reportedly revealed details about when she will give birth to her first child with Prince Harry. News in a report published Wednesday. "She was doing her duty as a royal with the crowds, shaking hands, etc.", Anvil told the entertainment site.

While Meghan spent her first Christmas as a newlywed and expectant mother with the Queen at Sandringham, her mother Doria was not in attendance.

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As fans of the family are probably aware, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a church service on Christmas Day alongside the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Charles.

Although no specific due date has been released as of yet, the palace said Markle's baby wasn't expected to arrive until spring 2019-just in time for the couple to settle into their new digs at Frogmore Cottage.

During her pregnancies, Kate did not shy away from wearing tighter clothing to display her baby bump and appeared very proud and confident. Markle and Middleton were spotted chatting and getting along amid feud rumors.

"It was a private time, you weren't photographed in the streets - people probably thought it was rude to photograph a member of the royal family when they were expecting a baby", said Seward. But it was her surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards in early December that led fans to believe that they wouldn't have to wait too much longer for the arrival of Baby Sussex.

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