Meghan Markle was photographed wearing a suspicious maxi sweater. And through his association, Archewell, he made the first donation
While they announced their first donation with Archewell, Meghan Markle and Harry were surprised during an informal outing in Beverly Hills and a suspicious tummy appears to be growing under the large sweater. It would be great news for the couple who experienced the tragedy of a miscarriage last July.
Meghan herself tells it in an article she wrote for Time, published at the end of November, where she described the moment when she realized that something was wrong with the second pregnancy, the physical pain and then the inner pain in the losing her second child in her womb, deeply shared grief with her husband Harry.
The Sussexes, since their marriage, have said they want two children. So, it would really be a special Christmas if Harry and Meghan really were expecting another baby. The Prince's cousin, Zara Tindall, also experienced miscarriage twice and now with great joy she managed to get pregnant for the third time.
But let's get to the paparazzi images of Sussex. The magazine Page Six publishes them. The couple is seen in casual clothes on the streets of Beverly Hills, both wearing a black mask. Harry is wearing a gray t-shirt, jeans and baseball cap. Instead Meghan is definitely wrapped up, as if she were very cold. Then black wool cap, hooded jacket, signed J.Crew, which he has worn several times over the years, including at the 2019 US Open.
A large black sweater, jeans and high boots complete Meg's look. Just the soft sweater from which rounded shapes seem to be glimpsed, suggests a sweet expectation.
Meanwhile, the couple is consolidating their finances. After the deal with Netflix, he signed a millionaire deal with Spotify for podcasts. In the meantime, also considering the Christmas period, he made the first donation through his new association, Archewell. Benefiting from this is the foundation of Spanish chef Jose Andres, World Central Kitchen, which deals with distributing food around the world to feed those without resources.
Harry and Meghan founded Archewell last April, the association also has a website, but at the moment it has no social channels to communicate its initiatives.
On the front of the Royal Family, the Sussexes seem to have buried the hatchet at least during the holidays. In fact, according to People they sent Christmas gifts to London, specifically to William, Kate Middleton and children who in turn would send theirs to Harry, Meghan and Archie.