She may have scaled back her tour appearances to focus on her pregnancy, but if Meghan Markle was feeling tired, it didn’t show as she made a dazzling appearance at a state dinner in Fiji.
The Duchess of Sussex showed off her burgeoning baby bump in her first evening gown of the royal tour.
Wearing a stunning full-length cape dress by Safiyaa in an eye-catching shade called “Fijian blue”, the duchess made a touching nod to the host country.
With the gown hugging her bump, Meghan glowed as she cradled her stomach and took her seat alongside Prince Harry. In a sweet gesture of solidarity, when it came time for the duke and duchess to raise a toast, Harry declined an alcoholic drink in favour of drinking water with his pregnant wife.
And according to Meghan’s former psychic, Richard Win, the expectant duchess is going to welcome a baby girl next northern spring.“Richard’s told her she’s having a girl – despite not confirming it publicly – and he predicted that long before she even fell pregnant, so Meghan is ecstatic,” spills a source.
“Richard’s been a pillar of strength for her in recent times with all the problems with her family, and whenever she feels overwhelmed she calls him for guidance, so he’s very much her psychic and therapist all rolled into one.” The news comes after Harry publicly admitted that he’s hoping to have a daughter.
Attending an Invictus Games cycling event at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens, a spectator called out: “Congratulations, I hope it’s a girl!” To which Harry replied: “So do I!”
However, keeping the gender of their unborn child close to his chest, in his first keynote speech at Admiralty House, the prince teased, “We genuinely couldn’t think of a better place to announce the baby, whether it’s a boy or a girl, so thank you very, very much.”
With talk of Meghan’s growing bump reaching fever pitch, Richard says the possibility of twins or even triplets can’t be ruled out. “Anything is possible and I know she’d love a multiple birth,” he says.
“Meghan’s very domestic and wants a brood of kids.
We’ve discussed it in the past and she’d like more than two for sure so she’s definitely going to try and go for three, if not four or even five!
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