Meghan Markle gave birth to her first child, Archie, on May 6. But prior to this, the Duchess of Sussex dropped a slew of clues that royal fans missed before her pregnancy announcement.

Today, there are rumors that Markle is expecting her second child with Prince Harry. As such, it is a must for royal fans to watch out for some of the pregnancy clues that they missed last time.

Recent reports revealed that Kate Middleton changes her hair color and hairstyle before she announces her pregnancies. And her sister-in-law did exactly the same thing.

Months before her first pregnancy was announced, Prince Harry’s wife surprised the public with her extremely straight hair. Markle doesn’t normally let her hair down when she’s attending her royal duties, but during one occasion she had a pin-straight layered do.

When Princess Eugenie tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12, Markle wore a navy-blue buttoned-down coat. The Duchess only buttoned the first two buttons of her coat, and she left the rest unbuttoned.

Upon closer inspection, it was evident that Markle was already sporting a growing baby bump at that time. In fact, she wore an oversized coat in an attempt to hide her pregnancy from the public. And just days later, her pregnancy was announced.

Markle also tends to wear ruffled dresses before her pregnancy announcement. She wore a blue ruffled dress to an engagement in September 2018, while she was already two months pregnant with Archie. She also wore a loosely pleated skirt to Prince Harry’s friend’s royal Wedding.

Royal fans who are hoping for a pregnancy announcement from Prince Harry and Markle soon should watch out for these signs. It is important to note that Markle would also most likely hide her growing baby bump with the use of a clutch. But until she does all of these changes, it is unlikely that the “Suits” alum is expecting.

Meghan Markle’s Biggest Pregnancy Clue To Watch Out For To Confirm She’s Expecting Meghan Markle is pictured at the launch of the smart Set clothing collection on Sept. 12, 2019 in London. photo: Philip Panting