Was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby conceived in Surrey?

October 15, 2018
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Rumours are circling that the latest royal baby was likely to have been conceived in Surrey.

The couple announced today that they are expecting their first child next spring, with rife speculation suggesting the baby was conceived on the Duchess of Sussex’s birthday.

The small village of Churt, near Frensham , welcomed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the pair attended the wedding of Charlie Van Strubenzee and Daisy Jenks on August 4.

Not only was Harry best man at the wedding, but the day also marked Meghan’s 37th birthday.

It is believed the couple – who married in May – conceived on the evening of the wedding.

There are some suggestions that the pair conceived as early as July during a Royal visit to Dublin. However, Meghan attended the wedding, a month after, with a waist-clinching belt, so that may have been unlikely, according to the Mirror Online .

Meghan and Harry at the wedding earlier this year
(Image: Sunday Mirror)

The couple made the announcement just hours after they landed in Australia for the start of a 16-day Royal Tour of the region.

Pregnancy rumours had reached new highs last Friday (October 12) at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in Windsor when Meghan arrived with her coat unbuttoned at the stomach.

Many also thought it was odd that Meghan was carrying bright purple folders as she left the airport in Sydney – appearing to be deliberately hiding her midriff.

It was at Eugenie’s wedding that they told the extended royal family that they were expecting.

The baby will be seventh in line to the throne, pushing Princess Eugenie to 10th. However, the great-grandchild of the Queen is too far down in succession to be a Royal Highness.

Article source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/prince-harry-meghan-markles-baby-15283097


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