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Is Meghan Markle dropping hints about her baby’s gender?

The Duchess is expecting her first child with Prince Harry

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Fans believe Meghan Markle has been dropping hints about her baby’s gender – thanks to her outfit choices.

The Duchess of Sussex stepped out for a royal date night with Prince Harry on Wednesday, and looked stunning in a navy blue, sequined, Roland Mouret gown – which costs a whopping £3,400.

The mum-to-be, who is six months pregnant, paired her dress with a black satin Givenchy clutch, and a bracelet that used to belong to Harry’s later mother, Princess Diana.

The couple were attending a charity event at the Royal Albert Hall, which was organised to raise money for Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale.

 

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This evening The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the premiere of @Cirquedusoleil’s Totem – raising awareness and funds for @Sentebale’s work supporting vulnerable children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa. Their Royal Highnesses met some of the cast members ahead of the show before taking their seats. The funds raised tonight will help @Sentebale – a charity founded in 2006 by The Duke with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho – with their work across Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi.

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The charity delivers aid to youth who are battling HIV in Africa.

Meghan’s decision to wear blue to the charity event has fuelled rumours that the couple are expecting a baby boy, as the 37-year-old has been sporting a lot of greens and blues since her pregnancy was announced.

During their Royal tour last year, Meghan wowed in a gorgeous ‘Fijan Blue’ Safiyaa gown, as she attended a State Dinner alongside Prince Harry.

And back in December, the Duchess of Sussex also opted for a navy blue dress when she attended the Christmas Day service alongside members of the Royal family in Sandringham.

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