While Meghan McCain is yet to reveal her baby’s due date, media outlets have come up with a suspected due date.
Since it became public knowledge that Meghan McCain and her husband, Ben Domenech, are expecting their first child together, there have been a few speculations about the baby’s date of arrival.
Meghan McCain joins host Julie Mason during a SiriusXM event on February 5, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The latest to make projections would be Closer Weekly, as the media outlet claimed that the 35-year-old’s baby would arrive sometime in November 2020.
Meghan, however, did note that she and Ben were appreciative of people’s kindness and the love shown towards them since they announced the pregnancy.
According to the site, this would mean that the little boy or girl would arrive just in time for some of the major holidays celebrated around the world. People recalled that Meghan announced that she and Ben were expecting on March 22 with a social media post that stated:
“Although this isn’t how I expected to announce my pregnancy, both we and our families are excited to share the news with you all.”
In the same post, “The View” co-host mentioned that she would be “joining the millions of Americans who are self-isolating as a precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
A source told People that while Meghan and her husband were excited to be welcoming their child, they were more concerned about being safe.
Ben and Meghan got married back in 2017 just a few months after the latter confirmed their secret engagement, according to Closer Weekly.
During an episode of “The View” in November 2017, the expectant mother revealed that she and her man had intended keeping their union a secret, but “people talk sometimes.”
Meghan McCain walks with her husband Ben Domenech as the casket of U.S. Sen. John McCain leaves the Arizona State Capitol to go to a memorial service at the North Phoenix Baptist Church on August 30, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The TV personality also admitted that she decided to break the news to the public due to her father, John McCain‘s glioblastoma diagnosis.
Meghan stated that she and Ben did what they wanted to do, which was to get engaged as a way to celebrate life and being alive.
The “Outnumbered” star told co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, and guest co-host Sara Haines that the novel coronavirus outbreak has made it difficult for her to celebrate the exciting occurrence.
, however, didnote
that she and Ben were appreciative of people’s kindness and the love shown towards them since they announced the pregnancy.