Duchess of Sussex's baby bump has finally appeared! It's been two months Kensington Palace announced Meghan Markle's pregnancy and finally on Tuesday, December 4, she showed off her growing belly with husband Prince Harry at a Christmas Carol service.
The Suits alum, 37, wore a navy blue dress and coat at St. Luke’s Church in London for her husband's annual Christmas tradition.
Meghan, whose baby bump was totally visible, gave a reading from a poem by Marianne Williamson, "Our Deepest Fear", during the occasion. Harry, 34, attended the service solo in 2017.
The seasonal service raises money for schools in Uganda via the Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund which has been named after a Harry and his brother Prince William's friend who died in a car accident in 2002.
As previously reported, in October, the palace announced that Meghan and Harry, who became married back in May, are expecting their first child.
Last month, speculations that the royal couple were having twins surfaced when an Irish betting company stopped taking bets due to a sudden surge and people were placing money on the possibility.
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