Pregnant Meghan Markle reportedly shares update on her due date


Markle and Harry joined Prince William and Kate Middleton and other members of the royal family for the holiday church service.

A spokesman said: "An unprecedented amount of bets on Meghan and Harry to have twins has forced us to stop taking bets on the market altogether this morning".

While Meghan spent her first Christmas as a newlywed and expectant mother with the Queen at Sandringham, her mother Doria was not in attendance.

Revealing the significant impact these two women have in the world, ABC Royals Contributor Imogen Lloyd Webber commented: "Kate Middleton is worth about $1.4billion a year to the British fashion industry". In an interview with Glamour magazine, she said, "Now what I'm starting to learn is, even though things look wonderful on the hanger, it doesn't mean they're going to look awesome on me".

Royal Family attends Christmas Day Church Service in Style

Royal insiders are convinced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting twins. The couple announced they were pregnant in mid-October, and at the time an insider claimed that Markle had already had her 12-week ultrasound.

Unlike the royal wedding back in May, Meghan Markle's mom, Doria Ragland, was not formally invited to spend Christmas with the royals.

Meghan, 37, was pictured reaching for her bump at the traditional service at the Queen's estate on December 25.

Despite reports about her tiff with Kate Middleton, it has been a great year for Meghan Markle. The former actress didn't take kindly to being told what to do and supposedly lost it on the royals, telling them if she had it her way, they would never see the baby. According to an onlooker, Karen Anvil, who spoke to Markle, two seemed to get along fine during the outing and that there's "too much pressure on them, I think".

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