While she was there the duchess was asked by one new mother if they were having a boy or girl.
The duchess gave her very first curtsy in a camel version of the same SENTALER coat. The royal pair were in Birkenhead to view a public sculpture and visit a number of charitable projects, and they spent about 45 minutes on their walkabout, visiting with fans.
The royals travelled up north to celebrate the acclaimed First World War poet Wilfred Owen.
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The 37-year-old Duchess intends to work late into her pregnancy, and has several events planned for this week.
Speculation Harry and Meghan will welcome a girl increased after United Kingdom bookmakers Paddy Power suspended betting on the gender of the baby due to an overwhelming number of bets being placed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also visit a youth centre called Hive Wirral Youth Zone in Merseyside.
The bronze artwork by sculptor Jim Whelan has been named after Owen's poem Futility and shows an exhausted solider sat down with his head in his hands.
Ms Boehlke said: "We've been talking about Jessica Mulroney, she has to have a shoe in".
Meghan Markle shared a sweet moment with a pregnant fan while out in Birkenhead, England, on Monday. Initially established in 2011 to support women released from prison, Tomorrow's Women now offers a range of training courses and workshops for more than 6000 local women in vulnerable circumstances due to mental health issues, domestic abuse and addiction, the palace said.