The arrival of the new seventh-in-line to the throne could happen soon, judging by Meghan Markle’s belly button.
The expectant mother’s belly button has ‘popped’ and turned from an ‘innie’ to an ‘outie.’
The changes occur in the late second or third trimester because of a normal pressure build up in the abdomen as the pregnancy progresses.
The Duchess of Sussex attends a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco at the British Embassy in Rabat (Picture: Reuters) The British Ambassador to Morocco’s guests meet a delighted Meghan at the British Embassy in Rabat (Picture: Reuters)
It’s all in the hands: Meghan and Harry adjust to the Moroccan customs (Picture: Reuters)
Very elegant: Meghan shows she can pull it off even in her final stage of pregnancy (Picture:Newsgroup UK)
Time for a laugh and a joke: All eyes were on the Duchess of Sussex – and possibly her bump, baby Sussex (Andrew Parsons / i-Images)Pictures from 2011 show Meghan’s natural belly button is an innie.
However, images of the Duchess and her bump during a state visit to Morocco now show the change.
Meghan, who is seven months pregnant, wore a cream, Dior outfit to dinner that lightly skimmed her changing stomach and proved the transition, the Mail Online reported.
The Duchess is due to give birth some time in April, after she let the due month slip during a visit to Birkenhead in January.
She and Prince Harry say they don’t know the sex of the child and are ‘very excited’ at the prospect of being parents.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, at the residence of Mohammed VI of Morocco yesterday, on the third day of their tour of Morocco, in Rabat, (Picture: PA)
Prince Harry and the stylish Meghan meet with King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at the King’s Residence (Picture: Rex)
The royals meet with an artisan during a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas near the Moroccan capital Rabat on Monday (Picture: AFP)Last night an elegant looking Meghan, in a blue dress, joined Harry for a tea ceremony with King Mohammed VI at a Royal palace in Sale, near Rabat.
Harry handed the Moroccan monarch a letter from the Queen before the ceremony.
Earlier in the day, the royal couple held hands and joked as they posed for photos with youngsters at the projects in Rabat and sampled some of the food – including Moroccan traditional pancakes and the famed bastila pies.
On Monday morning the pair went more casual, as Meghan stepped out in blue jeans, a Breton T-shirt and a khaki anorak, accompanied by Harry in chinos, open shirt and a puffa jacket.
They toured The Royal Moroccan Equestrian Club Dar Essalam, next to the royal palace in Rabat, where they learnt about a programme helping children with autism and other conditions.
Prince Harry and Meghan attend a cooking demonstration yesterday where children from under-privileged backgrounds learn traditional Moroccan recipes (Picture: Getty) Chef Moha Fedal let’s Meghan have a taste of his latest speciality (Picture: Getty)The visit, at the request of the British government, is the second to the kingdom in recent years by a member of the royal family.
Prince Charles visited in 2011 while Queen Elizabeth visited Morocco in 1980.