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Just a few hours after Kensington Palace announced her pregnancy, Meghan Markle left with Prince Harryat the Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia, to begin his first real tour as a married couple in.
For the meeting, the Duchess of Sussex wore an outfit of the Australian designer. Karen gee. The ensemble was a modest sleeveless white dress, which she combined with her naked Stuart Weitzman stilettos. Harry looked just as charming in a navy blue suit and light blue tie.
The expectant parents received a stuffed kangaroo and a small pair of Uggs as a welcome gift. Meghan exclaimed: "It's our first baby gift!"
The Kensington Palace revealed that the couple is expecting their first child on Monday.
"Your Royal Highnesses, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex are very happy to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the spring of 2019," the Palace said in a statement on Instagram. "Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to share this happy news with the public."
Real fans suspected that a real baby might be on the way after Meghan wore a navy blue overcoat over her Givenchy gown. Princess eugenie Y Jack BrooksbankThe wedding, leaving the fans wondering if a baby hit was hidden underneath.
However, this was not the only thing to raise some eyebrows. According to the Australian media New IdeaA tour guide let go that Harry would be the only one who would visit Fiji during his visit. The publication claimed that this was due to concerns about the spread of the Zika virus, which can be harmful to pregnant women and their unborn babies. However, the Palace has confirmed since then that there will be no changes in the itinerary. Like E! The previously informed news, the two also sought medical advice before making the trip.
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The happy news came five months after Harry and Meghan were married in the Chapel of St. George in May. Shortly after their engagement, Harry revealed that they would both like to "start a family in the near future." Although, he said they were taking things "one step at a time".
While the two are starting to grow their family, it seems that the prince would prefer to keep the family unit small. In July, he reportedly said that five children would be "too many."
As to how far along her pregnancy is, Meghan recently had her 12-week scan.
In addition to celebrating the news about babies, Meghan and Harry will spend the next two weeks traveling through Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. The tour will take place from October 16 to October 31.
Congratulations to the happy couple!