Pregnant Duchess Meghan Markle's Growing Baby Bump Visible During Christmas Carol Event

Brenda Watkins
December 6, 2018

Details of the outfit worn by the Duchess of Sussex yesterday have emerged - some 24 hours after the surprise solo engagement.

A photo of Meghan Markle at an event last night has emerged and seems to suggest the Duchess is further along in her pregnancy than previously thought.

Pregnant Meghan, 37, made an unannounced visit to King's College London yesterday, pictured.

The unconfirmed reports even suggest the feud between the two has affected Prince Harry's relationship with his brother Prince William.

She teamed the piece with a £257 ($328) pink cashmere coat by Canadian label Aritzia, a go-to brand she has worn on a number of previous occasions.

Meghan's attendance at the meeting of The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) was not publicised ahead of time.

Michelle Obama encouraged Meghan to try not to hurry in to doing everything at once and to take her time.

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Professor Laura Hammond, who attended the meeting, described the discussion as "excellent".

In the audience listening to the sell-out speech was the Duchess of Sussex who had slipped in quietly with just a few security staff to listen to Michelle's words without drawing attention to herself. Staying true to Meghan's values and passions, the event touched upon the role of educational institutions in addressing human trafficking and modern-day slavery, gender equality and inclusion, peace and reconciliation, and climate change and resilience.

During her appearance, Meghan discussed the importance of higher education.

Meghan adds: "Togetherness at its finest", while the crowd chuckle through the awkward conversation.

In that speech, the Northwestern University alum announced two new grants for women for the University of the South Pacific and Fiji National University, perhaps a sign of the collaboration to come.

The Duchess of Cambridge left drinkers at a local pub speechless when she popped in with daughter Princess Charlotte to use the toilet.

"And for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital".

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