Has Meghan Markle Had Her Baby Girl?

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
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Has Meghan Markle had her baby girl? Let’s take a look…

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry confirmed they were expecting their second child together on Valentine’s Day in 2021 with a sweet post which was labelled ‘cheesy’ by Piers Morgan.

The couple, who recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary, then confirmed they were expecting a girl in their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey a month later.

Watch the moment Meghan Markle and Prince Harry introduced their first child, Archie, to the world below…

There was no baby shower, as Meghan reportedly felt that ‘there is too much strife in the world’ right now, according to US Weekly.

But has the Duchess of Sussex given birth yet? Let’s find out…

Has Meghan Markle had her baby girl?

The Royal couple has not announced the birth of their baby girl yet.

What is Meghan Markle’s baby due date?

Meghan and Harry have been quite secretive about the due date of their baby girl.

However, we know that Meghan wasn’t allowed to fly to the UK in April for Prince Philip’s funeral, and most airlines do not allow women to fly after 37 weeks.

What will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry name their baby girl?

Betfair’s current favourite is Diana, with odds of 4/1.

The second most popular name is Allegra, at 11/1, followed by Isabella, at 12/1.

The name Phillippa also has odds of 12/1 which could be chosen in a nod to Harry’s late grandfather, Prince Philip.

What has Meghan Markle said about her pregnancy?

Meghan has remained tight-lipped about her pregnancy since the initial announcement back in February.

The couple rebased a stunning black and white image, along with a statement, which read: “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother.”

How many children does Meghan Markle have?

Meghan already shares a son, named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, with her husband, Prince Harry.

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