Meghan cradles baby bump on day trip to Birkenhead with Harry
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were carrying out their first official joint engagement of 2019.
The Duchess of Sussex cradled her growing baby bump as she joined the Duke of Sussex in Birkenhead to celebrate the life of one of the town’s most famous sons.
Meghan and Harry were paying their respects to acclaimed First World War poet Wilfred Owen by viewing a sculpture in the town’s Hamilton Square marking the 100th anniversary of his death.
Meghan, wearing a striking purple dress from Aritzia’s Babaton collection and a vivid red coat by Sentaler, held on to her sizeable baby bump as she chatted to waiting dignitaries.
The couple married just eight months ago in Windsor.
Mr Field said: “The two faces of Britain are here in Birkenhead, they are walking through the Alice in Wonderland door and visiting the other part of Britain – and they wanted to.”
The visit comes after reports that Meghan’s Met Police protection officer has left her post.
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