Published: Wed, October 31, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Meghan Markle 'unlikely to take much time off' to have her baby

Meghan Markle 'unlikely to take much time off' to have her baby

The 20-year-old and Meghan used to message one another on Instagram before the Duchess deleted her account following her engagement to Prince Harry.

She said: 'I made a decision to be quite blunt and asked three times, "Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?".

"It came up at a time when they were considering having a family, at some point in the near future", said a friend, who was once close to the Duchess. "She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to by myself".

Hannah said she was left "so shaky and flustered" following the encounter, adding Meghan's jaw-dropping reaction "means the world to me".

"She didn't know she could throw that far and she surprised herself". During the energetic ceremony, Meghan's seat was set a few inches back from her husband's as a traditional sign of protection for pregnant women.

"Excuse me if I jump into English", he said.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left two 10-year-olds who had waited nine hours to meet them in New Zealand grinning from ear to ear after they agreed to pose for a rare selfie.

Nelson Poll, 11, was on Meghan's team and said: "I think Harry's technique was better - it was straight-forward instead of going at an angle".

'Love you so much Meghan Markle - thank you for the lovely video and I hope I get to meet you soon too *cries of happiness*,' she wrote in a caption accompanying the video.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met the public during a public walk along Auckland's Viaduct Harbour on October 30, 2018, in Auckland, New Zealand.

The royal fan held up laminated pictures of himself meeting the duke and duchess of Cambridge in 2014 which caught the eye of Harry, and both he and his wife posed for snaps.

On Oct. 29 Meghan and Harry visited The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, a forest conservation initiative in New Zealand, as part of their royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga. After greeting as many people as they could, the couple headed inside to support Pillars, a New Zealand-based charity that supports the children of imprisoned parents.

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