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Meghan Markle appears to be loving every moment of her pregnancy , and the mum-to-be really is glowing.
She’s opted for outfits which really show off her growing bump to the delight of royal fans.
But many have criticised the Duchess for constantly touching and cradling her stomach.
Every official engagement she attends offers countless photos of her holding her bump, leading many to ask why she can’t seem to stop.
But now another body language expert has revealed his theory behind it – and it’s all down to royal behaviour.
Harry Witchel told the Mail on Sunday : "Meghan tends to cup her bump by knitting her fingers together – a sign of holding back and being more grounded.
"That’s quite a contrast to her usual behaviour, which involves dealing with the world with gusto. As a Royal she is expected to be more reserved, so is this a subconscious attempt to be so?
"This doesn’t look like acting. This looks like a woman aware of a change in her body."
Meghan will give birth in the spring, but her exact due date has not been made public.
The new arrival will be seventh in line to the throne, but it is unlikely that the baby boy or girl will be given the title of Prince or Princess.
Instead they will probably become a Lord or a Lady as they are too far down the line of succession.
Ahead of the birth Meghan and Harry will leave Kensington Palace and London and move to their new home Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
They are currently renovating the home, a present from the Queen, and getting the nursery ready for Baby Sussex .
Meghan has reportedly opted for vegan paint and the design will be completely gender neutral as they don’t know if they’re having a boy or a girl.
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