The Next Time We See Meghan Markle May Be When the Royal Baby Arrives

Her agenda has a lot less going on over the course of the next month.
ByStephanie Grassullo
Associate Editor
Published
Mar 2019
meghan markle with prince harry is not making any more public appearances
Photo: Samir Hussein / Getty Images

Meghan Markle has been keeping herself busy throughout her entire pregnancy, but it looks like the expectant mama may finally be slowing down. After attending the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey earlier this week, the Duchess of Sussex doesn’t have any more public duties on her agenda, according to Yahoo UK. She will, however, continue to work via private engagements for the time being.

The latest news means it could be a few weeks before we see Markle again, since her due date is suspected to be some time next month. The famous Lindo Wing is already prepping for her delivery, and staff has been advised not to take any time off in April.

Although there have been rumors about the 37-year-old gearing up for her maternity leave, Kensington Palace hasn’t confirmed any of the reports.

With the due date weeks away, we can assume there won’t be too many updates until the baby arrives. For now, royal fans can continue to place bets on what the sex of the newborn will be. Lots of people seem to be leaning one way by the looks of these theories.

Washington DC’s New Family Leave Plan Would Be Most Generous In US

Cassie Kreitner
Senior Editor
Published
10/06/2015

New Bill Revamps Parental Leave for Military Dads

Anisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Published
03/24/2016

The Next Time We See Meghan Markle May Be When the Royal Baby Arrives

Stephanie Grassullo
Associate Editor
Published
03/15/2019

Would You Crowdsource Maternity Leave?

Anisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Published
03/11/2016

Yelp, but for Maternity Leave Policies

Jessica Shortall
Contributing Writer

New Zealand PM Is Second Leader in History to Give Birth While in Office

Laurie Ulster
Contributing Writer
Published
06/22/2018

Watch Nev Schulman and Laura Perlongo Nail the Importance of Parental Leave

Christine Cordova
Associate Social Editor
Published
09/23/2016

Why Netflix’s Amazing New Parental Leave Policy Is Bad for Women

Jessica Shortall
Contributing Writer
Published
12/10/2015

Massachusetts Now Has the Most Generous Paid Family Leave in the US

Laurie Ulster
Contributing Writer
Published
07/03/2018

Is This the Worst Way to Bring Up Maternity Leave During a Job Interview?

Anisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Published
12/15/2017