Meghan Markle appears to feel her baby kicking in an adorable moment which fans have called a “precious moment”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex braved the snow on Friday for a visit to Bristol where they learnt about the city’s cultural history.
While there, she was filmed suddenly looking down at her large bump, holding it, and smiling contentedly.
Fans posted a clip of the “precious” moment on social media saying it showed the baby ‘kicking her lungs out of her’.
The video was posted on the ‘harry_meghan_updates’ Instagram page with the caption: “WOW! Look at this!
“The precious moment Baby Sussex kicked Meghan’s lungs out of her.
“He/she really wants to come out to meet us people! No wonder mummy needs to hold to calm.”
Followers were supportive of the pair and shared in their joy.
“This is so wonderful we can all be part of Harry and Meghan’s joy,” one said.
“May God continue to Blessed them both.”
One Instagram user commented: “OMG I remembered when my baby did that, soooo amaze..(sic).”
Others weren’t so convinced the baby was actually kicking, with one saying: “How people know the baby kicked?”
But mostly, people were just excited to watch the moment.
One wrote: “Love them both! Can’t wait to see the baby!!!”
In Bristol, Meghan , 37, wrapped up warm in a £2,335 silk-chiffon midi Oscar de la Renta dress, vintage William coat and £531 olive leather boots by designer Sarah Flint.
She teamed the outfit with a matching olive clutch bag that she took to Prince Louis’s christening.
And she appeared to be wearing her £495 18-karat gold Pippa Small Herkimer diamond stud earrings that she was spotted in at Princess Eugenie’s wedding.
The Duchess hit headlines after she wrote empowering messages on bananas given out to sex workers in Bristol, in an impromptu move that warmed the hearts across the nation.
As she scribbled messages across the fruit, The Duchess of Sussex said she took her inspiration from a dinner lady in the U.S., who launched the positivity project in the Virginia school she works at.
The brains behind the empowering initiative is cafeteria manager, Stacey Truman, who has been spreading positivity among young pupils through the bananas she hands out every day.