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Demand For Purple Folders Rises Since Meghan Markle Used One To Cover Her Baby Bump

Demand For Purple Folders Rises Since Meghan Markle Used One To Cover Her Baby Bump

The Duchess of Sussex visited Bondi Beach on day four of her royal Australia tour with Prince Harry on Thursday, wearing black wrap-a-round espadrille wedges with a striped Martin Grant maxi.

Twelve months on from their first official appearance together, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have since got married and announced they are expecting a child in spring.

On Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped by Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, the chia seed-laden suburb that's known for its bohemia and totally chill vibes, man.

This weekend, the Duke and Duchess will attend the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, after Harry climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge with Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia on Friday, to raise the Invictus Flag.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle laid a wreath at the ANZAC War Memorial in Sydney on Saturday ahead of the first event of the Invictus Games. spoke with astrologer Sally Kirkman to find out her prediction for royal baby's due date.

Ms Connell, who is 23 weeks pregnant, told Meghan being pregnant felt like being jetlagged without the travel.

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She was even spotted on her way to a yoga class previous year while dating Prince Harry and filming the seventh season of Suits in Toronto. To keep the look polished and royal, she wrapped a strand of hair around her elastic (a genius idea to upgrade any ponytail-just secure it with an elastic and some hairspray).

Meghan Markle hasn't even touched down on Kiwi soil, and she is already donning our designers creations.

Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag.

Back in 2016, Meghan gushed to Best Health magazine about her love of yoga, saying she practices it a couple of times a week.

"I've been able to build more confidence and just feel proud about myself", she said.

And while these young women might have a sense of confidence because of their schooling, that is not all they have developed, as it seems they are trying to change the world in their own way as well.

Fong suffers from PTSD and says training for the games has really helped her overcome her mental illness.

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