The biggest differences between Meghan and Kate's pregnancies

[post_page_title]The “safe” point[/post_page_title]
It’s a general rule of thumb that expectant parents wait until the 12-week mark of any pregnancy to make any announcements. That’s because the first 12 weeks of pregnancy are a little uncertain as there is a much higher risk of losing the baby.

Meghan and Harry chose to do the same, and royal sources noted after the Kensington Palace announcement that Meghan had already had her first scan and had passed the all-important 12-week mark. The source also confirmed that Meghan was in “good health” and that the pregnancy was going swimmingly.
[post_page_title]A mother’s love[/post_page_title]
Whenever something big happens within the Royal Family, Kensington Palace are always the first to report it – but they also like to offer exclusives to news corporations. After the pregnancy news was announced, ET reached out to Kensington Palace for more information.

It was here that the palace gave a statement from Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland. Within this statement, Doria confirmed that she was “very happy about this lovely news” and that she couldn’t wait to welcome her first grandchild. This is one of the first times the expectant grandmother has made a royal announcement.

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