The Sussexes are having a very busy and joyous start to the year. Meghan recently won a tabloid privacy lawsuit, the couple announced on Valentine’s Day that they’re expecting their second child and the duke and duchess are planning a sit-down with Oprah Winfrey. Perhaps the biggest and most exciting news is the couple’s revelation that 1-year-old son Archie will soon be a big brother — though no due date has been announced it’s predicted Meghan could give birth in spring or early summer as she appears to be around four or five months into her pregnancy.

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As Archie was born on May 6th — the Sussexes may even be planning birthday parties around the same time in the future. In mid-December 2018 Meghan stepped out in a floral Brock dress five months prior to Archie’s arrival — Meghan appears to be around the same stage in her pregnancy — most likely in the second trimester.

For the baby announcement, Meghan opted for a flowy cream dress — not unlike the relaxed fit Magic Linen Toscana dress which she wore over the summer. In Meghan and Harry’s backyard photo taken remotely presumably at their Montecito home — the duchess is wearing a Carolina Herrera design which was originally made for her to wear while expecting son Archie Harrison. The sleeveless kaftan-style appears to be a long maxi or tank tunic dress which Meghan can wear even her later stages of pregnancy due to the comfortable fit and bump accommodating drape.


The Duke and Duchess paid homage to Princess Diana with their Valentine baby release. The couple shared the news 37 years after UK newspapers announced Princess Diana was pregnant with son Harry. The New York Post published the story on February 13th 1984 while the Daily Express and the Telegraph had the headline story on February 14th 1984.