Pregnant Meghan Markle stumbled over the educational skills of Prince Harry while she prayed to good friends yesterday and said to them: "He becomes a fantastic father."
The Duchess of Sussex, who expects her first child in April, met the local people in Birkenhead, Wirral during the first joint commitment of the couple.
During a walk with royal fans she revealed that she is six months pregnant and they do not know if they have a boy or a girl because they want it to be a surprise.
Rebecca Blundell, who lives in Birkenhead with daughter Lily, six, and Lottie, two, was one of the lucky ones who had spoken to the couple.
Rebecca Blundell, who lives in Birkenhead with daughter Lily, six and Lottie, two, was one of the lucky ones who came into contact with the couple and took these photos from their meeting
Mrs. Blundell told how Harry asked how Lily should spell the name.
She added: "Meghan immediately came up and said he would become a fantastic father."
She added: "I also asked Meghan if she was excited about the new arrival, to which she replied that she was happy. & # 39;
Kim Thompson, another local woman, said: & # 39; She said she is six months pregnant and that she should be expected at the end of April and the beginning of May.
Another woman in the crowd quipped that she was a trained midwife. Meghan said that one of her friends had done that [given birth] five weeks early and [the midwife] said the baby comes when they are ready.
Harry, during a report by Mrs. Blundell during a walkabout at Hamilton Square, traveled with Meghan to Merseyside yesterday morning to visit organizations that support and empower groups within the community.
The couple received baby gifts as they talked to young fans yesterday morning. Royal fans had previously speculated that Baby Sussex could be expected in March due to the flourishing baby hump of Meghan
I said, as long as they were healthy, and Meghan agreed. Then she said, pointing at Harry: "He's going to be a fantastic father." & # 39;
Harry and Meghan traveled to Merseyside from London yesterday morning to visit organizations that support and empower groups within the community.
Their first stop was Hamilton Square in Birkenhead to view a new sculpture that was set up in November on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of the war poet Wilfred Owen.
After unveiling a plaque to mark their visit, Harry and Meghan met local veterans and members of the Birkenhead Institute Old Boys, to which Owen belonged, and played a role in establishing the tribute.
The couple makes a short walk to meet the locals after revealing a plaque.
A gift for baby Sussex? The Duke and Duchess are decorated with gifts as they make a royal walk among the large crowds, many of whom stood in line for hours to catch a glimpse of the royal couple on Monday morning.
The duke and duchess then undertook a royal walk through the large crowd, many of whom stood in line for a glimpse of the royal couple.
The duchess also talked to a hypnobirthing teacher, Sonia Richards, who was in the crowd with her mother Marion Mazumder.
Sonia, who leads Wirral Hypno, said: I told her that I was hypnobirthing education and she said: & # 39; It is so special that you do it & # 39 ;. She looked radiant, she looked very good and I just wished her a beautiful birth. & # 39;
Marion added: "I said I was looking forward to the arrival of the baby and she said: & # 39; We also. & # 39; & # 39;
The Duchess of Sussex closed the slender chignon she had played in recent weeks for a classic mess when she arrived in Merseyside on Monday morning for a day full of appointments
The couple also knelt down when they met a group of blind children, allowing them to feel their faces.
The royal couple also got a babygro with the words & # 39; Born in 2019 & # 39; from eight-year-old Harry Edwards and Megan O'Caroll from St. Werburgh.
The schoolchildren belonged to 16 pupils whose names were pulled from the hat by a teacher to attend the walkabout at the Hamilton Square in Birkenhead.
The Duchess also saw a hand-made drawing of Lewis Avis-Taylor, nine, from Park Primary School in Wallasey, who read: "Welcome Harry and Meghan."
Megan Redford, seven, questioned the duchess at baby names and said: "She asked me if I was called Meg or Meghan because she said that her friends call her Meg and mine too.
Meghan welcomed fans with the news that she expects her child to be six months pregnant at the end of April / beginning of May
Meghan clings bunches of flowers she got from well-placed people who visited the royal couple yesterday at Birkenhead
I asked her if she would call her baby Amy if she had a girl and she said: & # 39; That is really a nice name, I like it, we'll have to think about it & # 39 ;.
The former actress was often seen with her growing baby bum, which was clearly visible from her purple Babaton by Aritizia dress and Sentaler coat.
Meghan said she felt very good & # 39; and thanked the residents, including 92-year-old Dorothy Parker from Hoylake because she had to wait in the cold to see her.
Dorothy said: & # 39; I thanked Meghan for coming to us and asking her how she felt. She told me she felt very good and said that the best part of her day met me. She is so & # 39; s beautiful woman and so beautiful that I am happy to meet her. & # 39;
Fans presented Meghan with bouquets of flowers and she seemed especially happy with the gift of handmade paper flowers from a young fan of the nearby Fun Train Day Nursery.
The Duke and Duchess then traveled to number 7, a Feeding Birkenhead citizen's grocery store and community pub, to officially open the new property in a surprise visit.
Their last stop of the day was the Hive Wirral Youth Zone. Created by the charity OnSide Youth Zones, which develops 21-century youth facilities in the UK, Hive offers a safe environment where young people can come and enjoy, build their key skills and increase their ambitions and self-esteem.
Pregnant Meghan, who expects her first child with Harry this spring, continues to keep busy schedule full of royal pursuits as she approaches her due date.
The expectant mother left London last week and the couple will also appear on Wednesday to watch the TOTEM of Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall, as part of a fundraising campaign for Harry's good cause Sentebale.
It comes as the couple continue to make renovations in their new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, prior to the birth of their first child.