Kensington Palace revealed on Tuesday that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get married at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in May 2018.
It’s going to be an exciting spring for the royal family, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting their third child just the month before.
While most of the world can’t wait for another royal wedding, speculating what the actress will wear and who will be be invited, some also expressed concern for Kate Middleton and whether or not she’ll have enough time to “bounce back” to her pre-baby body.
People took to Twitter to express their concern for the 35-year-old royal.
So, if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding takes place in May, Kate will have given birth just a few weeks beforehand. I'd feel for her if she already hadn't posed for photos (looking amazing) just HOURS after delivering a baby. Twice. https://t.co/mY7JjuKxe1— Lesley Messer (@lesleymesser) November 28, 2017
That gives her a month to get into a dress though. I feel for her. That sucks.— kristy z (@kristy_z) November 28, 2017
Did @WendyWilliams just say that the royal wedding should be pushed back so that Kate can lose the baby weight?! What is wrong with this woman!! So many things wrong with this thought process.— Valerie Betz Johnson (@Valynn726) November 28, 2017
A royal wedding and a baby next year, it's just too much!— EJ (@E_Croi) November 27, 2017
Poor Kate though, will she be heavily pregnant or have just had it??
However, there are people finding an upside to having the wedding so soon after giving birth: the Duchess will be able to partake in the champagne toast.
She is due in April, so this frees her up to have some champagne at the wedding! 🥂 https://t.co/LrXH0Fdr36— Elizabeth Holmes (@EHolmes) November 28, 2017
The Duchess of Cambridge made her first public appearance just five and half weeks after she gave birth to Prince George in 2013.
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For her second baby, Princess Charlotte, Kate took only six weeks off before returning to her duties in June 2015.
“Hoping baby comes early April and wedding is late May so she gets as much time as possible,” wrote a commenter.
No matter her weight, one thing is for sure, Kate will look absolutely beautiful at the royal wedding.
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