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A few days ago, we learned that Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are expecting their first child, and since then, photos of future prospective parents have given real observers a glimpse of their happiness as they travel through Australia.
But the last photos of that tour gave the observers something more to see: a blow of baby!
The former Meghan Markle came out in a tight navy blue dress from Australian designer Dion Lee on Thursday, and unlike other dresses she wore during her outing, this highlighted a hint of her new hit.
But that was not his only look of the day. Later, she wore a Martin Grant raincoat and a black Monaco Club dress with a row of buttons that went up the side.
Of course, while the visual evidence of the baby on the road is exciting for the fans, the Duchess had her sights set on the tasks that will be done on Thursday.
After all, she and her prince worked hard to attend to real commitments, including a couple of school visits, a stop by the beach to meet a team of surf rescue lifeguards, a quick lesson in Australian soccer rules and, as always, some stops to greet large groups of supporters along the way.
It was in one of those meetings and greetings that the Duke of Sussex involuntarily provoked a talk about his baby.
At one point, Prince Harry met a 5-month-old baby named Harriet, and according to Keir Simmons of TODAY, he said, "Harriet is a great name," which is exactly the kind of comment that feeds the baby. name speculations.
While Harriet would be a beautiful option if the newlyweds were expecting a girl, Simmons reported that the favorites of current fans for the next member of the royal family include Victoria, Albert, Arthur and Alice.
The truth is that the couple, who was particularly affectionate during the departures on Thursday, has many options to choose from. In fact, while traveling by tram with students from the Albert Park elementary school, Meghan told them: "They gave us a long list, we will sit down and watch them."
And if you need even more options, you can consult our own list of potential users.