Meghan Markle is 'feeling well' after 12-week pregnancy scan
The Duchess of Sussex seems to be 'feeling well' after having her 12-week pregnancy scan and is now completely focused on her royal duties.
The announcement that she would be having a child was made on Monday, October 15, 2018, by Kensington Palace through their official Twitter page.
As reported by People, Meghan Markle is doing well and the royal couple appreciates all the support received from people around the world ever since they tied the knot.
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Meghan Markle Has Had Her 12-Week Pregnancy Scan and Is ‘Feeling Well,’ Says Royal Source https://t.co/3pIpQWqq4k— Simon Perry (@SPerryPeoplemag) October 15, 2018
The news was shared with the rest of the Royal Family during Princess Eugenie's wedding to longtime lover Jack Brooksbank, which took place last Friday, October 12.
HIDING THE BABY BUMP
Meghan looked absolutely stunning at the ceremony in St. George's Chapel, the same venue where she and Prince Harry said 'I do' in front of friends and family.
She wore a gorgeous oversized navy coat to Eugenie's wedding, created by Givenchy, the same designer who produced her wedding dress.
PREPARING FOR THE TOUR
After the ceremony, Meghan and Harry took part in the luncheon at Windsor Castle, hosted by Queen Elizabeth. But, unlike other guests, they didn't attend the evening reception because they would be flying to Australia in a few hours.
The royal couple is currently on a 16-day tour in Australia, which will have them visit New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji, even though it has been recommended that pregnant women shouldn't travel to the region due to its Zika risk.
THEIR FIRST BABY GIFT
Meghan and Harry have already met with Governor-General Peter Cosgrove, the man representing the Queen in Australia, at Admiralty House, where they were presented with a stuffed kangaroo.
And this is what had the couple cooing! pic.twitter.com/VHyTw7fQ5r— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 15, 2018
They will also have the opportunity to visit a zoo in Sidney, the Outback town of Dubbo and meet several indigenous leaders on Fraser Island, so there will be very little time to themselves on this official trip.