The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have remained coy over when they will actually be welcoming their first child into the world – telling us only that the newest royal will arrive in late April or early May.
But has Prince Charles just given the game away after revealing the dates of his latest royal trip abroad?
Well, it’s quite possible. Here’s what we know so far…
When is Meghan and Harry’s baby due?
Meghan has not revealed the exact date when she is due to give birth – only revealing in January that she was six months pregnant.
Kensington Palace also confirmed the news in October, saying that the baby would be born in Spring 2019.
However, we might now have a better idea after Prince Charles announced that he and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall will visit Germany at the start of May.
The couple will go on a three-day tour which will take in locations in Berlin, Leipzig and Munich, in their bid to strengthen relations between Germany and the UK.
However the fact they’ll be jetting off on May 7 has led many to speculate that Meghan will have given birth by then – meaning we could potentially expect Baby Sussex to make an appearance before the month is out.
Is Meghan Markle on maternity leave?
Meghan is now on maternity leave, having carried out her last pre-birth public engagement last month.
The heavily pregnant Duchess was seen at the Commonwealth Day memorial service at Westminster Abbey on 14 March, afterwards visiting Canada House with Prince Harry.
Kensington Palace later confirmed to metro.co.uk that Meghan has no other appearances scheduled, but will continue to work privately.