The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced on October 15 that Meghan was pregnant. The announcement came six months after the couple tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle in May. At the time the news broke, it was believed the baby would be born in Spring in 2019.
But recent pictures of Meghan displaying her growing bump has started rumours she could be further along than first believed.
Could Meghan Markle give birth next month?
Betway has predicted February to be the month Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcome their first child.
The bookies have placed odds of 7/4 on the shortest month of the year being the most eventful.
A February birth could even mean the big days will fall on Valentine’s Day.
Meghan Markle due date: Could Meghan give birth in February? (Image: GETTY)
The odds of the royal couple having their first born on February 14 are 25/1.
But if this does not happen there are odds of Meghan giving birth in March at 9/4 and April at 5/2.
Meanwhile, there are odds of 40/1 for the latest addition to the royals to be born on April 23, which is the same day as Prince Louis.
Betway’s Alan Alger said: “Judging by the latest pictures of Meghan Markle, it looks as if her and Prince Harry’s