Meghan and Harry 'don't know' sex of the royal baby

Meghan and Harry 'don't know' sex of the royal baby

"I asked her how she was coping on those high heels".

Currently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in the town of Birkenhead, where they were flooded with questions by the fans.

Kensington Palace had previously announced Meghan was "due in the spring".

People have also been looking forward to learning if they are having a boy or a girl, but another report claims Meghan herself does not know the sex of the still unborn baby as she told another fan in the crowd that she and Harry want it to be a surprise.

The Duchess also wore a stunning gold plated bracelet from up-and-coming British designer Sophie McKay, which costs a cool $430.

Plenty of well-wishers came out to greet the duchess in Birkenhead.

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Royal fan Jean Elliott, who attended this morning's unveiling of the Wilfred Owen statue in Birkenhead, told Meghan she thought she was having a girl, to which she responded: "There are strong opinions about that, but it's a 50/50 split!"

The 37-year-old debuted a brand-new ensemble that featured two Canadian designs - Babaton by Aritzia's bump-hugging "Maxwell" dress in a regal purple hue topped off with a luxe red wrap coat by her go-to outerwear label, SENTALER. "He's tried talking to Harry about it, but no one can say a bad word about Meghan without Harry freaking out", the insider added.

Their plans for the day included a stop to officially open a new discount supermarket and community cafe set up by Feeding Birkenhead, a coalition of churches, food banks and community groups to help reduce hunger in Birkenhead.

According to an inside source, Harry and Meghan and George and Amal are, "much closer than the headlines let on".

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.

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