MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's first baby is due any day now and royal fans have been in frenzy over the imminent birth.
As speculation reaches fever pitch, some have been trying to guess when the couple’s first child may have been conceived.
The Duchess of Sussex’s official due date is understood to have been set at the end of April or start of May.
This could mean their baby was conceived on her 37th birthday on August 4.
Meghan and Harry spent the day celebrating at the wedding of Charlie van Straubenzee – who was an usher when they tied the knot.
If this date is correct, it would mean the baby was conceived almost three months after their own wedding at Windsor Castle on May 19 last year.
Others have previously speculated that Meghan may have got pregnant during their trip to Dublin in July 2018.
As the world awaits news of the royal baby, Prince Harry has delayed his trip to the Netherlands next week.
Harry surprised royal fans earlier this week when he announced he would be heading to Amsterdam next Wednesday and Thursday, despite the birth of his first child being imminent.
But on Friday he confirmed the visit would be shortened to just one day instead of two.
A spokesman for the Sussexes said: "Due to the logistical planning for the travelling press to cover visits and engagements by The Royal Family, we have taken the decision to postpone The Duke of Sussex’s scheduled visit to Amsterdam on Wednesday 8th May 2019.
"The Duke is currently scheduled to travel to The Hague on Thursday 9th May for the launch of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 as planned."
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