Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just gave an update on the arrival of their first child
The countdown is on.
And although we don't know the exact date as to when Meghan Markle is due to give birth, we do have a good timeline that estimates she's about seven and a half months in.
But Meghan's latest comment has people thinking that the baby might arrive sooner than we think.
While attending a Buckingham Palace reception for Harry's dad, the Prince of Wales, Meghan spoke to Welsh Secretary of State, Alun Cairns, giving an update on the baby.
Telling him it's sweet to ask about the baby, Meghan said "we're nearly there".
VIDEO: That chat Meghan had about her baby at yesterday’s Buckingham Palace reception for the Prince of Wales.
Welsh Sec @AlunCairns: “All in good order? I’m sure everyone is asking.”
Meghan: “No, it’s actually very sweet. It’s a nurturing thing to ask. We’re nearly there!” ? pic.twitter.com/HiyxaKz6rM
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) March 6, 2019
Interpret it how you like, but many fans believe it's a cryptic message that suggests she could give birth in the next four weeks.
Late last month, Meghan flew to New York City in her last trip stateside ahead of the arrival of her baby. Meeting with close friends, Serena Williams threw Meghan a baby shower in the Mark Hotel to which they spent the evening catching up, eating and making flower arrangements.
Bookies are now predicting the baby name ahead of arrival with some very surprising suggestions, you can read that here.