September 19, 2018

New rumors regarding the potential pregnancy of Meghan Markle

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Fans of the royal family have been waiting for Meghan Markle to announce her pregnancy but the odds of it happening have hit a new low.

Ever since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot on May 19, 2018, people have wished for the couple to announce the arrival of a new royal baby.

As reported by the Mirror, bookies have revealed that the odds of a pregnancy announcement have had better days.

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According to betting intelligence website Bookmakers.tv, the odds for a 2018 announcement dropped from 4/6 to 1/5, which means that players will have to bet $6 to win 1$.

But rumors that the Duchess of Sussex may be pregnant have been in the air since last week when she was photographed wearing a blue ruffle dress.

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According to the source, witnesses claimed that there was no baby bump in sight and that the photograph just didn't flatter the former actress' slender figure.

Betting companies trust that the numbers will rise again, just like it happened when Prince William and Kate Middleton were expecting.

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In all three pregnancies, the numbers regarding the gender, name and birthday of the babies were through the roof, so the bookies' hope is very much alive.

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Still, the betting agents believe that Prince Harry and Meghan might make an announcement soon enough, but royal fans shouldn't keep their hopes up.

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The pair has quite a busy schedule ahead of them, especially in October, when they are expected to make appearances in Sydney, Melbourne, Dubbo and Fraser Island.

The announcement was made on the royal family's official website and the tour will revolve around the Invictus Games, an international Paralympic competition.

The event takes place every year in October and this year Sydney was the city chosen to host Prince Harry's multi-sport creation for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel.

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