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When the Duchess of Sussex revealed today that her baby is due in late April or early May, it was a rare example of Harry and Meghan letting slip any detail of effect about her pregnancy.

With her husband Prince Harry by her side, the couple visited Birkenhead, Merseyside, greeting and hugging fans. "I asked her how she was coping on those high heels".

Over that time Meghan and Kate appeared to put on a united front as they walked side by side to the annual church service on Christmas morning but perhaps people still aren't sold on the idea that things are happy families.

Meghan Markle usually wears neutral and navy outfits, and so royal fans were delighted by her vibrant ensemble.

Kensington Palace, which has said only that the baby is due in the northern hemisphere spring, declined to comment on Monday.

The Duchess of Sussex cradled her growing baby bump as she joined the Duke of Sussex in Birkenhead to celebrate the life of one of the town's most famous sons.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly do not know if they are having a boy or a girl, and are planning to keep it a "surprise".

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The bronze artwork by sculptor Jim Whelan has been named after Owen's poem Futility and shows an exhausted solider sat down with his head in his hands.

The duchess looked stunning at the engagement, wearing a C$1800 red coat by Canadian designer Sentaler. They also visited a number of local community organizations.

"Meghan came up to me and asked me how old I was and where I went to school", 9-year-old Kitty Dudley, St Anne's Primary School Rockferry, said.

Meghan revealed she is now six months pregnant.

"I would say that I would lift it for you but neither of us should be lifting right now", Markle said to Midgely, according to multiple outlets.

Their last stop was to the Hive Wirral Youth Zone, created by the charity OnSide Youth Zones, where they met young people taking part in activities and workshops.