Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, expect their first child in the spring of 2019. The couple went to the Royal Variety Performance on Monday evening, which coincided with their six-month wedding anniversary.
Like anytime before, Meghan showed that he had managed to overcome the unrivaled black-and-white pearl of £ 895 and a corresponding £ 850 bottle from designer Safiyas in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex mingled with some of the celebrities who attended the show, including members of the Hamilton musical.
Prince Harry looked relaxed when he talked to members of the Take That pop band.
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Meghan also looked excited to see the band and said, "I'm looking forward to seeing you shut the show."
The Duke watched his pregnant wife, sometimes gazing sweetly at Sussex's crush.
When did Meghan and Harry take it?
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry married May 19, 2018 in the Chapel of St. George in the Windsor mansion.
They were married in just over six months and began to walk about a year and a half before the wedding.
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Romance captured the imagination of the public all over the world, as the first bride with a mixed race married to the British royal family.
It is estimated that 29 million people around the world will be watching for marriage, which will trigger a British growth in tourism that would bring about £ 500 million to the United Kingdom.
When is Meghan due?
The Kensington Palace said the Duchess "expects the baby in the spring of 2019".
Spring technically lasts from March 20, 2019, until June 21, 2019, so Meghan could deliver somewhere at that time.
The Duchess is considered to be about five months old, so she thinks she is likely to be due at the beginning of spring.
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Royal source told Daily Express journalist Adam Helliker a couple who had counted in Scotland in the summer.
Source showed that Harry and Meghan had their first child when they joined Princes Charles and Camille for a five-day break at Mey Castle in Caithness.
Harry and Meghan said that during the summer trip to Scotland "they spent a lot of time in their room."
Source said, "They stayed there for five days, and while they went on long walks during the day, no one bothered them and they were very independent.
"They spent a lot of time in their room, so we think it happened."