Meghan Markle may have changed her hair to distract people from her pregnancy, and she could have learned the trick from Kate Middleton

Posted On: Oct 16, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Meghan Markle may have changed her hair to distract people from her pregnancy, and she could have learned the trick from Kate Middleton

Now that Meghan Markle has announced she's expecting her first child , people have been trying to figure out if she hinted at her pregnancy before the announcement.
It seems that Markle could have used a new hairstyle before her announcement to distract the public from noticing her stomach.
Her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, may have also used this trick with two of her pregnancies.
Though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been open about their desire to have kids well before the royal wedding , it didn't take fans and royal watchers long to start speculating on a possible pregnancy for the newlyweds.
And now that the royal family has announced that Markle is due to give birth to a royal baby in spring 2019 , those same fans and royal watchers have been combing through photos since the pair got married in May to search for clues.
Markle's straight hair may have been a hint of her pregnancy
One of the biggest potential hints that Markle was expecting came late last month when she and Harry visited...

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