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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Pregnant Meghan Is Targeted By Trolls For 'Touching Her Stomach Too Much' On Stage At British Fashion Awards

Reason Meghan Markle cradles her bump: It can POSITIVELY affect the babyThe royal's surprise appearance at the glitzy ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall - where she presented her wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller with the British womenswear designer of the year award - left many fans delighted by the glimpse of Meghan's blossoming bump on display. 

However the response was not solely positive; with some on Twitter criticising the pregnant Duchess for 'touching her stomach too much', branding it 'irritating' and 'smug' 

However the response was not solely positive; with some on Twitter criticising the pregnant Duchess for 'touching her stomach too much', branding it 'irritating' and 'smug'. 

But now an expert has revealed why Meghan's tendency to keep a protective arm or two draped over her expanding stomach could positively impact her unborn child.   

An expert at Private Midwives has revealed the reason behind Meghan Markle cradling her bump, explaining that it can soothe an unborn child in unfamiliar and loud surroundings
Katherine Graves, founder of KG Hypnobirthing, told FEMAIL that when mothers-to-be put their hands on their bumps in hypnobirthing classes, the 'baby responds every time'. 

Even if the gesture is solely a comforting gesture for Meghan herself, that will 'have a profound effect on her baby', said Katherine, who helps train midwives working at the Lindo Wing, where the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth, before adding that 'it's a positive thing for both mum and baby to touch and reassure'.    

In the wake of Meghan's surprise solo appearance at the glamorous event on Monday night, one Twitter user wrote online: 'Oh ok we believe  Meghan that you are pregnant stop holding that bump its irritating now too much.'


Another added: 'Markle needs to desperately stop holding her baby bump because it’s not as if everyone doesn’t already know'.

A third tweet read: 'Meghan we know you are pregnant. You can stop holding onto the bump with both hands now. It won’t fall off'.  
Katherine told FEMAIL that stroking of the stomach is a relaxation method she asks clients to practice in hypnobirthing classes - a birthing technique Meghan has reportedly been reading up about as she prepares to welcome her first child with Prince Harry in the spring. 

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