Ok, so – it's time for some wild and untethered Royal speculation. We all know that Meghan Markle is pregnant, but no one really knows how far along she is.
TL;DR Meghan Markle showed up to a State Dinner in Fiji wearing a bight blue floor-length dress. Speculation is circulating that the colour was selected intentionally as Meghan is expecting a boy. However, others Royal experts claim that the bold blue hue was chosen as a nod to Fiji; "Gingko" blue being the official color of the nation.
Until just recently, Meghan Markle showed up at a state Dinner hosted by Jioji Konrote, the President of Fiji wearing a bright blue sheath dress that seemed to puposely craddle and show off her little baby bump.
Meghan actually looked like a glowing and radiant mom-to-be for the first time since her arrival in Australia.
These images sent a shock-wave through the internet, not only because of her elegant dress, but specifically because her attire piqued speculation about the sex of the baby.
Just recently, Australian singer-songwriter Missy Higgins claimed the Duchess is 4-months pregnant during an Instagram slip up where she mentioned that the Duchess is actually farther along her preganacy than we all assumed.
Although this should be taken with a grain of salt, it is common knowledge that pregnant women are able to determine the sex of a baby between 16 and 20 weeks.
Therefore if this info is actually true – if she is 4 months pregnant – Meghan should be exactly at the point where the sex of the baby can be determined.
Circling back to the bright blue dress, rumors are buzzing that the colour of the dress was selected intentionally because the Duchess knows that she is expecting a boy.
Other less conspiracy-minded people assert that the bold blue hue was simply selected as a nod to Fiji; "Gingko" blue being the official color of the nation.
We know for a fact that Royal dress code does stipulate that Royal members should make an effort to wear designers and colours that represent the nations they are visiting. So, this theory does make sense.
With all that said, she is most definitly past the first trimester (12 week point) of her pregnancy, so Meghan should find out the sex of her baby very shortly if she so chooses.
I'm predicting that an official annoucement will be made by Kensington Palace after her and Harry's return from Australia.
More Royal news to come!
In the meantime, take a trip down memory lane and review Harry and Meghan's fairytale wedding below: