However, on more than one occasion, Meghan has used both of her arms to hold Harry's hand. She said: 'We do it for major celebrations like getting married or having a baby'. Her Royal Highness has revealed she is due at the end of April/beginning of May. "It was like going to a family reunion".
"I mean she could have just fallen in love with the Prince".
The 37-year-old mum-to-be looked dazzling in the custom crystal-embellished cream gown and she teamed it up with diamond rings and a satin clutch, also by Dior.
The couple, who married in May, are expecting their first child this spring.More news: India fighter jets 'destroy terrorist camp in Pakistan'
Before Meghan and Harry ended the royal visit, they met with Morocco's King Mohammed VI at his incredible royal residence.
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One person who thought Meghan was wrong for celebrating so luxuriously was former royal butler Paul Burrell who told The Sun newspaper in the United Kingdom that the Duchess of Sussex "has to learn respect" for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, describing her baby shower as "overindulgent".
The sweet design is a handsome reminder of a special visit and a special time for the royal couple - and it's not the first time henna has graced the royal family's hands.More news: Michael Cohen set to testify on Donald Trump and Russian Federation