Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to welcome their first child in Spring this year and the announcement about the same was made last year.
ITV News reports Meghan talked of her due date with another woman, Eileen Ashurst, who told the outlet Meghan said the newest royal baby is expected in April. "And season one when she's really all about business, I wear more charcoal grays and blacks", Meghan told InStyle. "I think this red is a fresh and bold new colour for SENTALER and to have the Duchess debut it for the first time to the public is just a dream!"
The royals travelled up north to celebrate the acclaimed First World War poet Wilfred Owen.
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.
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Prince Harry's wife paired the dress with a stunning bright red coat and matching suede stilettos. They also visited a number of local community organizations.
Plenty of well-wishers came out to greet the duchess in Birkenhead. One of the young fans asked Meghan if she is having a boy or a girl.
Kensington Palace's Twitter page updated fans of Harry and Meghan's very busy day.
Tomorrows Women Wirrel was their next stop, where they heard about the work being done to support around 6,000 vulnerable women dealing with mental health problems, domestic violence and addiction.
They ended their visit at the Hive Wirral Youth Zone, run by the charity OnSide Youth Zones.