Missy Higgins accidentally reveals Meghan Markle pregnancy detail

Alicia Vrajlal
Entertainment Editor

Since the announcement Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting a baby, royal fans have been wondering when exactly the little bundle of joy will arrive.

The only indication Kensington Palace has provided is that Meghan is due to give birth in the UK’s Spring 2019, which would be April, May or June next year.

Now Australian singer Missy Higgins, who met Meghan and Harry in Sydney on Tuesday, has let slip exactly how far along the Duchess of Sussex is in her pregnancy.

Missy Higgins meets Meghan Markle in Sydney on Tuesday. Photo: Getty

“What an honour to meet the beautiful Duchess today! She was such a sweetheart. I said I felt sorry for her having to do all these meet-and-greets while 4 months pregnant! What a trooper,” the 35-year-old singer wrote.

Your read that right, four months! This would mean Meghan is due to give birth in April, a year after Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed Prince Louis this year.

Meghan and Harry, who tied the knot in May, kicked off their Australian tour on Tuesday in Sydney with visits to Taronga Zoo and the Opera House, as well as an afternoon reception hosted by the Governor-General at Admiralty House.

According to Missy, Meghan Markle is four months pregnant as she and Prince Harry kick off their Australian tour. Photo: Getty


It was there that Missy had the chance to meet Meghan and Prince Harry, and she even took her two-month-on daughter Luna along for the royal meet and greet.

“Prince Harry was gorgeous too, a real charmer,” Missy told her fans on Instagram.

“He squeezed Luna’s legs and said ‘who’s this little cutie?’ Looking forward to telling Luna she slept through it all one day.” 

The Duchess of Sussex meets the Australian singer’s two-month-old daughter Luna. Photo: Getty

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