Harry And Meghan Announce Pregnancy

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first baby, Kensington Palace has confirmed.

Emerging from a media briefing at 6.45pm on the eve of the Royal Tour, I couldn't contain my excitement as I saw the statement from Kensington Palace confirming Meghan Markle is pregnant.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in Australia on Monday for the start of their first official royal visit since they married in May.

The Duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child in spring next year, Kensington Palace has said. Meghan wore a navy blue coat on the day that concealed her growing baby bump.

One theory was that a hair change signifies a pending pregnancy announcement, and now we guess they were actually on to something!

Their romance really is a royal fairytale.

The Kingdom Choir gospel singers who performed Stand By Me at Harry and Meghan's wedding sent their best wishes to "the lovely couple".

The Queen was "delighted" to hear Meghan and Harry's news and it is understood Her Majesty and other members of the Royal family were told at Princess Eugenie's wedding on Friday.

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United Kingdom betting agency puts Diana, Arthur and Alice as front runners for the new royal baby name.

The couple's fairytale marriage ceremony - watched by hundreds of millions of spectators across the world in May - saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tie the knot at Windsor Castle.

Thomas Markle previously slammed Meghan for ignoring him.

The couple met on a blind date organised by friends in 2016.

The newest addition to the royal family, announced five months after Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding and due to arrive "in Spring 2019", will be Queen Elizabeth II's eighth great-grandchild and the seventh in line to the throne.

That's important because the Foreign Office travel advice for Fiji and Tonga is that pregnant women should not visit because there is a "moderate risk" of the Zika virus.

It'll be non-stop for the parents-to-be as they've 76 engagements to attend during the trip.