Meghan Markle Just Dropped a Hint About Her Royal Baby Plans

The couple visited the old Maze prison once used to hold paramilitary prisoners during the Troubles

The couple visited the old Maze prison once used to hold paramilitary prisoners during the Troubles

Meghan, 36, wore a sophisticated but stylish outfit for her royal engagement, opting for a light pink drape wool coat from Mackage layered over a white Victoria Beckham sweater and a jewel green skirt as a subtle nod to Ireland's historic association with the color.

They were meeting the husband-and-wife team behind innovative baby brand Shnuggle, and while viewing their products, Meghan apparently let her plans to become a mum slip.

The official Royal wedding china collection, which is finished in 22 carat gold, has been handmade in Stoke-on-Trent using techniques that are 250 years old.

The Suits star was also overheard commenting how "sweet" all the baby products on display looked.

When Harry and Ms Markle's choice of wedding venue was announced, the prince's communications secretary described Windsor as a "very special place" for Harry, and said the couple had regularly spent time there together during their whirlwind romance.

"I wonder if he has witnessed bath time with his nephew or niece". She stated that the couple plans to have children sooner rather than later. "He said, 'Oh, non-slip'".

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The official range of commemorative china celebrating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding has gone on sale.

Harry, 33, and Meghan's public appearance came just a day after Kensington Palace revealed the invitations to the couple's spring wedding had been sent out.

The 600 invitees will attend the service in the castle's St George's Chapel, followed by the lunchtime reception hosted by Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II at St George's Hall.

"Later that evening, around 200 guests are being invited to the reception at Frogmore House given by The Prince of Wales", the announcement read. They were made by Barnard and Westwood, the company responsible for all of the royal family's printing needs.

'Using American ink on English card, the invitations are printed in gold and black, then burnished to bring out the shine, and gilded around the edge'.

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