Meghan Markle visits animal charity Mayhew and gala benefit with Prince Harry

Meghan Markle visits animal charity Mayhew and gala benefit with Prince Harry

Meghan Markle visits animal charity Mayhew and gala benefit with Prince Harry

While there, the Duchess met with several women, one of whom attempted to compliment her on her pregnancy by calling the royal a "fat lady".

The Daily Telegraph's royal correspondent Hannah Furness shared a video of their interaction on Twitter, including Meghan's hilarious reaction to the woman's comment.

It looks like Meghan has a great sense of humor.

Meghan's new patronage is very close to her heart, as she previously adopted two rescue pups when she lived in Toronto.

Meghan's four patronages "reflect the causes and issues with which she has always been associated including the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare", Kensington Palace said in a statement last week.

"Minnie you're stealing the show!"

But when the pensioner questioned whether she really did know the sex of her unborn child Meghan added: "I don't, I promise you - no - we're going to be surprised".

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On Monday the Duchess told crowds in Birkenhead that she was six months pregnant and expecting the baby around the end of April or the start of May.

It's not the first time she's embraced high street fashion.

Her other dog Guy, a Beagle, did make the journey and is now part of the family.

When Peggy, who had a strong Jamaican accent, said she thought the duchess might be having a son, Meghan replied "You think it's going to be a boy, I don't know either".

And it looks like the Duchess of Sussex makes the pawfect Patron for the charity after she was seen cuddling one of the puppies and cradling it on her blossoming baby bump.

Hot on the heels of her second patronage visit on Wednesday (Jan. 16), Meghan went home for a quick outfit change before joining her husband, Prince Harry, for a performance of Cirque du Soleil's Totem.

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