AceShowbiz - It seems like Meghan Markle can't really wait to welcome her and husband Prince Harry's little bundle of joy. The Duchess of Sussex raved about her pregnancy while chatting with fans when attending church services in Sandringham on Christmas.
Joining Kate Middleton and Prince William, the expecting royal and Harry greeted well-wishers outside of St. Mary Magdalene. The former "Suits" actress, who donned a deep navy dress and a Victoria Beckham coat with a matching fascinator, updated a fan about her pregnancy.
According to the fan, named Karen Anvil, Meghan said, "We are excited. We're nearly there." Karen continued saying to E! News, "I said, 'Enjoy every moment, being a mother is a wonderful thing.' "
"You know what? She was so genuine. She was doing her duty as a royal with the crowds, shaking hands, etc.," Anvil added. "But when I asked her about the baby, she changed totally. She was glowing and instinctively went for her stomach. It was lovely."
Kensington Palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child together in October.
"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019," the palace said in a statement at the time. "Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public."
Anvil also went on confirming that Meghan and Kate, who were rumored to be feuding in recent weeks, seemed to be getting along just fine during the service. They were seen sharing a joke and talking to each other. At one point, the expectant Duchess of Sussex was even seen putting her hand on Kate's back as the former actress leaned in for a friendly chat.
Rumor has it, Kate and Meghan called a truce after The Queen and Prince Charles asked the two to put an end to their feud for Christmas. "The Queen and Charles have allowed the situation to play out without overtly interfering - but they both made it clear that Christmas was for the whole family to really come together," a source told The Sun.
"That meant the two couples walking into church together as the Fab Four just like they had last year. Yes, it was awkward and uncomfortable given what's gone on over the past 12 months," the source adds. "But the alternative of even more negativity on Christmas Day wasn't worth thinking about."