With the Duchess of Sussex revealing that her due date is late April or early May, who might the new royal baby share their birthday with?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex heard the moving story of a young woman who has overcome mental health problems following her father’s death and hopes to be a role model for the next generation.
Birkenhead was the location for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first official engagement of the year. Harry and Meghan were visiting a number of organisations including Tomorrow’s Women Wirral, an organisation that supports women in vulnerable circumstances. The royal couple are expecting their first child in the spring.
The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she does not know if she is expecting a girl or a boy and confirmed she is six months pregnant, with her baby due at the end of April or beginning of May.
The Duchess of Sussex cradled her growing baby bump as she joined the Duke of Sussex in Birkenhead to celebrate the life of one of the town’s most famous sons.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join a Royal Albert Hall audience to watch Cirque du Soleil performers displaying their acrobatic skills in aid of Sentebale.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to carry out their first official engagement of the year by visiting Birkenhead in Merseyside.
Harry and Meghan were two of the more famous tourists to visit the South Pacific in 2018 – with thousands coming out to see them on their marathon 16-day tour.
The Prince of Wales has called for a renewed effort to “make a dent” in the scourge of knife crime and the youth violence responsible for “appalling” human disasters.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be moving out of Kensington Palace and into their own cottage in preparation for the birth of their first child.
The Prince of Wales joked that the names Kylie and Shane could be on the shortlist for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby.
Britain’s Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy said it made his day to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after making them laugh during the Royal Variety Performance.
The Duchess of Sussex has been introduced to another British tradition – the Royal Variety Performance.
Expectant mother Meghan Markle has met pop legends Take That as she made her debut appearance at the Royal Variety Performance.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding “tore apart” the Markle family, her nephew has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to attend this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
The Duke of Sussex has said he would like to include a symbol of India’s war dead in his Cenotaph wreath, to commemorate their First World War sacrifice – but added that it would not please everyone.
The Duke of Sussex has paid tribute to those killed in war during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey. Kensington Palace tweeted a picture of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh visiting the field in 1947.
The Duke of Cambridge has said he wants the Prince of Wales to spend more time with his grandchildren because “when he’s there, he’s brilliant”.
The Duke of Sussex will commemorate the Armistice at Westminster Abbey’s Field of Remembrance on Thursday.
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed that his father, the Prince of Wales, lives “the way he advocates” when it comes to his environmental beliefs and took him “litter picking” during a school holiday.
A lifesize cake model of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will go on display at a baking show in Birmingham.
The Duchess of Sussex delighted in a variety of outfits during her first overseas tour with Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were followed by a sea of smartphones nearly everywhere they went on their tour to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
The Duke of Sussex signed off from a lengthy tour with his pregnant wife – their first as a married couple – in brief terms: “It’s been great, thanks guys.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have completed their first overseas tour, visiting Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. Here are some of the most memorable moments:
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at a kiwi hatchery just in time to meet a seconds-old baby bird.
A two-year-old crept through the railings during Harry and Meghan’s final tour walkabout – and was rewarded with a hug from the duchess.
A pudding cooked by geothermal steam was on the menu as Harry and Meghan sampled traditional fare on their last day in New Zealand.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex finished their 16-day tour by emerging hand-in-hand from a forest of century-old redwoods and heading off in the waiting motorcade.