Meghan Markle is pregnant with her second baby, but what is her due date?
The 36-year-old Duke and 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex announced that they would be expecting their second baby on Sunday (February 14).
In a statement, the couple said they were “overjoyed” to give to their son Archie, a sibling.
Meghan Markle due date
Meghan’s due date has not yet been confirmed, but experts have speculated it could be in mid-2021.
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Royal expert Camilla Tominey said she think Meghan is five months pregnant.
She told Today Extra, “Ordinarily, you’d expect the news to come when she’s three months old, but we think she’s around five months old.”
She went on to say that the arrival of the new Sussex baby could coincide with other royal events, including Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.
Mrs. Tominey added: “In June … it is the Duke [of Edinburgh]It’s the 100th anniversary of Trooping the Color, which the Royals will celebrate despite the coronavirus pandemic. “
But we think she’s about five months old.
Prince Harry is expected to return to the UK in June or July to mark the occasions and the unveiling of a new Princess Diana statue to celebrate her 60th birthday.
However, the arrival of the new baby could affect this.
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The royal commentator said: “Whether he can do any of this remains to be seen as the timing obviously collides.
“But I think we can assume that we won’t see Meghan in the UK any more soon.”
What did Meghan and Harry say about their second baby?
Meanwhile, Meghan and Harry’s announcement on Sunday read: “We can confirm that Archie will be a big brother.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to have their second child.”
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