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Is Meghan Markle About To Announce Her Second Pregnancy?
By WH Staff | Nov 1, 2019
Ever since Prince Harry admitted that he and Meghan Markle were hoping to have more children, speculation has been rife as to when the palace will confirm bub number two’s impending arrival. Sure, it feels like the couple only just welcomed Archie to the world, but some are *convinced* the Duchess of Sussex is pregnant once more. Here’s what we know so far:
As per betting intelligence site bookmakers.tv, the odds on the pair announcing a second baby before the end of 2019 took a serious nose-dive this week (from 4/6 to 1/5.)
Explaining the decision in a statement, they said: “The odds of Meghan and Harry sharing some good news soon have taken another plunge. The latest betting definitely suggests there could be an announcement around the corner and when it comes bookies should brace themselves for another royal betting frenzy.”
When betting odds drop so dramatically, it’s usually due to a sharp spike in confidence surrounding the event – meaning somewhere, someone has let something slip. Of course, the fact that Meghan has been recycling her maternity clothes recently is simply adding fuel to the fire.
During their tour of Africa in September, Megs re-wore a shirt dress first she debuted in Tonga while three months pregnant. She also stepped out in a khaki striped maxi dress by designer Martin Grant – the very same she wore during her Aussie tour. Then, just last week, she attended the opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit in a purple long-sleeved number, identical to the one she put on in January. SEE?
Then vs now:
To be fair, all this info doesn’t necessarily mean she’s expecting – after all, the woman only gave birth five months ago! Plus, it’s always problematic to assume this kinda thing (you never know if the couple are dealing with fertility issues behind closed doors.)
One thing’s for darn sure though: the rumours are intriguing. Watch this space, peeps.
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