First internet photos of Meghan Markle's tiny royal baby bump stuns fans
Meghan Markle recently announced that she is expecting a child with Prince Harry and gave a glimpse of her tiny baby bump during their trip to Australia.
The royal couple started their Australian tour on Monday, October 15, 2018, and the Duchess wore a beautiful white dress that displayed her tight curves.
As it can be seen in the pictures shared on Twitter, the Duchess of Sussex is already displaying a baby bump even though she's only on her 12th week of pregnancy.
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Watch as Harry and Meghan pose in front of the iconic Sydney Opera House on the croquet lawn at Admiralty House pic.twitter.com/2OfUKdivmO— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 15, 2018
Ever since they tied the knot, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been bombarded with questions regarding a royal baby and the time has finally come.
Harry and Meghan have been give a kangaroo and its Joey. Our first baby gift! Exclaims Meghan. pic.twitter.com/Lxvc3QQYCh— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 15, 2018
A WARM WELCOME
The announcement was reportedly made during Princess Eugenie's wedding, which took place on St. George's Chapel last Friday, October 12.
The Royals' first stop in Australia was at the Admiralty House, the official residence of Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, who received his guests with great joy.
And this is what had the couple cooing! pic.twitter.com/VHyTw7fQ5r— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 15, 2018
THEIR FIRST BABY GIFT
Harry and Meghan were gifted their very first nursery item by Sir Cosgrove: a stuffed animal kangaroo with a little joey in its pouch, a clear reference to the Duchess' pregnancy.
The Duke of and Duchess of Sussex certainly appreciated the gesture because they smiled widely while handling the stuffed toy with curiosity in their eyes.
An affectionate Harry and Meghan at Admiralty House pic.twitter.com/UFPulNkoxL— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 15, 2018
2018 INVICTUS GAMES
The couple is expected to visit New Zealand and Fiji during their tour, but their presence also coincides with the famous Invictus Games, which kick off on Saturday.
The event was created by Prince Harry, who served with the British Army for a decade, after visiting the US Warrior Games in 2013 and realizing how sports had a positive impact on the rehabilitation of wounded veterans.
Back in June, Harry announced that the 2020 Invictus Games will be hosted by the Netherlands, claiming that The Hague is more than ready take up that challenge.