The whole world is waiting eagerly to find out when Meghan Markle will have her first Royal baby. There is one telltale sign in the Duchess of Sussex’s appearance to prove it.
In the past, on the numerous occasions, the former actress has admitted using semi-permeant straightening treatments for her hair.
During her interview in the year, 2011, she said: “My mum is black and my dad is Dutch and Irish, so the texture of my hair is very much dense and curly. She also said, “I’ve been getting Brazilian blowouts for a couple of years.”
However, these beauty treatments could provide a very public indication when she may be expecting. This is so because the chemicals involved in these treatments must be avoided during pregnancy.
Myka Meier, who runs the Plaza Hotel’s Duchess Effect etiquette courses said “We don’t know what she does now, but it is likely she uses a keratin or a Brazilian treatment to straighten it. “As soon as she gets pregnant she will no longer be able to use those same products which could be very interesting. “I use the same products and have very curly, frizzy hair and when I got pregnant I had to stop using all of those.”
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Ms Meier continued: “I think we’ll see her wearing more of a bun when that happens, which could be a tell-tale sign she is pregnant as she’ll no longer be able to use those stringent chemicals that are often used or that beautiful glossy look.”
With the Duchess of Cambridge, she was forced to tell everyone she was expecting because of hospitalisations.
However, with the Duchess of Sussex, hopefully, that is not the case and she doesn’t suffer from any sickness and she might try to hide her pregnancy a little longer and give herself privacy.
“She’s already known to wear loose clothing so I think it’s not like she’ll go from tight clothing to very loose. So I recommend that women absolutely avoid any keratin product which might contain formaldehyde.”
Chemical hair straightening treatments last around four months each time and can cost anything between £100 and £350.