Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kids Composite, Future Royal Baby Boy

Meghan Markle is pregnant!

Kensington Palace announced on Monday that the Duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child with Prince Harry. The royal baby is due in Spring 2019.

"Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public," part of the announcement read.

While it's pretty much a given that Harry and Meghan's child will be absolutely adorable, some people are already guessing what the future royal will look like. For instance, forensic portrait artist, Dr. D'Lynn Waldron, analyzed the future parents' features and used computer technology to make a prediction.

One picture showed what Waldron expects the child to look like should Meghan and Harry have a son. In the picture, the offspring donned a hat with British and American flags—a nod to both of the parents' homelands. Waldron used Queen Elizabeth II's eyes, Meghan's face shape and Harry's complexion and hair color to compile the painted portrait.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kids Composite, Future Royal Baby

Another projected portrait featured two children. For this photo, Waldron used Harry's eyes, mouth and chin, as well as Meghan's eyebrows, nose, ears and facial expression to forecast a future child's appearance.

However, Waldron isn't the only to make such a prediction. Forensic artist Joe Mullins also studied recent photographs of the couple and speculated what a future son and daughter could look like.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kids Composite, Future Royal Baby

Joe Mullins Forensic Artist /

Kensington Palace revealed Meghan recently had a 12-week scan. So, it looks like we'll have to wait a little longer before we know the child's sex and see what the little one looks like!

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