The pregnant Duchess of Sussex might be in her second trimester, but she’s got no time to give into the leg pain, heartburn and UTIs she might be experiencing. With 76 engagements to crack through while on her 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, she’s expected to smile constantly, make excellent small talk and give everyone she meets her full attention. Meghan’s reportedly enlisted the help of her close friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney who was seen arriving in Sydney.
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The Duke of Cambridge teased that the royal baby has a 'strong name', as the world awaits an official announcement.
"Trousers are for older boys and men, whereas shorts on young boys is one of those silent class markers."
Monday might have been all about the new little prince, but Princess Charlotte stole the show. Not only did her waving and smiling to the crowd of press outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital drive global onlookers wild, the royal, who turns 3 on May 2, sent fashion fans searching for her light blue dress.
Less than seven hours after giving birth, the Duchess stepped out with a fresh blow out, a full face of makeup and a visible postpartum baby bump.
The new royal baby bears a striking resemblance to his siblings. The parents gave excited fans their first glimpse of the newborn baby just hours after his birth when they stepped out onto the pavement outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s hospital to head home. Snuggled up in a white knit hat and a matching white shawl, which are from design house GH Hurt & Son Ltd., the baby looked totally unperturbed by the hundreds of waiting photographers and screaming fans.
Just hours after giving birth to her third child, the duchess stepped out with a flawless 'do and designer dress. Many applauded her, but some questioned the move.
From Prince Andrew to being able to marry, Princess Charlotte making history and the how it will affect Prince Charles' streamlining of the royal family.