Duchess Meghan Markle's Mom Doria Ragland Seen out Alone on Christmas Day

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While it's unclear as to why Meghan had the change of heart and made a decision to wear a VB dress after all - maybe the clothing fits her differently now that she's pregnant - we love that she felt confident enough to wear something she once thought she couldn't pull off.

News report, published on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2018, the Duchess of Sussex reportedly shared an update on her due date with a fan while greeting onlookers on Christmas Day at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene at Sandringham.

She said it all "looks performed" and like they were "possibly trying a bit too hard", pointing out how Kate's mouth is in quite a suppressed position.

Weeks after the announcement, Meghan's baby bump became more noticeable. In an interview with Glamour magazine, she said, "Now what I'm starting to learn is, even though things look wonderful on the hanger, it doesn't mean they're going to look fantastic on me". When a fan asked if she was excited about the royal family's new addition, Kate immediately responded: "Absolutely!"

In Netflix's 2013 documentary "The Royals", experts explain how Diana's actions of "wearing her bump with pride" changed everything for Meghan and Kate.

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Speaking of the royal women's lives, she added: "You didn't go out so much, you stayed at home". She said that the mom of three's face gave her suppressed tension away.

Yet, one year later, Meghan was glowing in the all-navy, all-Beckham look (the dress retails for almost $1,700, while the coat goes for $3,085) and dispelled any claims that she could not rock the designer label.

Markle and Harry joined Prince William and Kate Middleton and other members of the royal family for the holiday church service.

Furthermore, a body language expert told The Daily Mail that the duchesses interactions seemed forced and as if they were putting on a show for on-lookers.