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Wondering when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby is due? This is when Meghan is due to give birth!
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to welcome their second child (opens in new tab).
- Now Meghan Markle's due date has been revealed and it may be sooner than you expected.
- This royal news (opens in new tab) comes after Buckingham Palace confirmed Prince Philip has been taken into hospital after 'feeling unwell' (opens in new tab).
The couple confirmed that their one-year-old son Archie is set to become a big brother with an adorable Valentine's Day pregnancy reveal, paying tribute to Princess Diana (opens in new tab) with the special announcement.
The couple's spokesperson said, "We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child."
A photo of the pair looking elated with Meghan showing her blossoming bump was also released. It was taken remotely by the Duchess of Sussex's photographer friend Misan Harriman who directed them via video call.
Following the announcement, royal fans were quick to point out the clues of Meghan's pregnancy (opens in new tab) that the world missed.
When is Meghan Markle due?
Since the pregnancy announcement the world has been keen to know when Meghan is due to give birth.
A source told Us Weekly, “Harry and Meghan have always wanted a couple of kids — a little brother or sister for Archie, and they’re excitedly planning for the arrival of their bundle of joy.
"It’s a dream come true.… Meghan fell pregnant again toward the end of last year. The baby is due at the end of spring.”
The second Sussex baby is going to be a spring baby just like his or her older brother.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born in May 2019 and will soon celebrate his second birthday - and may well have a birthday close to his little sibling.
It's also predicted that the tot will be born in America, following in the footsteps of another royal family member born in the United States (opens in new tab).
Despite popular belief, Prince Harry could still become king (opens in new tab) despite moving to America.
However it was reported this week that the Duke and Duchess are to be stripped of their remaining royal links (opens in new tab) and patronages following the confirmation they are to give a tell-all interview to Oprah Winfrey.
Meghan has sat down with Orpah for what is expected to be an ‘explosive’ interview about the media backlash she's faced in and out of the royal family.
The interview is thought to be already recorded and will air on CBS soon, it will be a 90-minute show that will see the couple talk openly about their marriage, royal life, and expanding their family.