Moment Meghan felt baby kick at British Fashion Awards

‘She felt that kick!’ Moment Meghan was surprised by a VERY energetic nudge from Baby Sussex on stage at the British Fashion Awards

  • Duchess, 37, surprised Clare Waight-Keller at London’s Royal Albert Hall
  • As Givenchy designer gave speech Meghan rested hands across stomach
  • She apparently felt a kick and closed her eyes as one hand went to top of bump
  • Delighted royal fans were sure Meghan had felt energetic kick from baby  

The Duchess of Sussex was centre of attention when she made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards earlier this week, but baby Sussex seemed determined not to let her take all the limelight. 

Eagle-eyed royal fan Pamela spotted the moment Meghan appeared to be surprised by a kick from her baby as she listened to Givenchy designer Clare Waight-Keller’s speech.

The Duchess, 37, was resting both hands just under her bump, but quickly moved one to the top and closed her eyes as she apparently felt the impact of a strong kick. 

Sharing the footage to Twitter, Pamela wrote: ‘She felt that kick. Now everyone can calm down about her holding her bump.’

‘Sooooo cute….baby Sussex was not about to let mommy take all the shine,’ another wrote.

The footage comes after Meghan received cruel comments from trolls who said she was ‘irritating’ for continuously cradling her bump with both hands during Monday night’s outing. 

Royal fans were delighted when Meghan apparently felt a kick, joking that her unborn baby wanted to ensure a share of the spotlight 

The royal made a surprise appearance at the glitzy ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall – where she presented her wedding dress designer Clare Waight Keller with the British womenswear designer of the year award.

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

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But an expert told FEMAIL that Meghan’s tendency to keep a protective arm or two draped over her expanding stomach could positively impact her unborn child.   

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’. 

Meghan was seen holding both hands across her stomach as she listened to Givenchy designer Clare Waight-Keller’s speech at the British Fashion Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The royal then clutched her bump with both hands and closed her eyes as she apparently felt a kick 

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

She added that ‘it’s a positive thing for both mum and baby to touch and reassure’.     

For Monday night’s outing, the Duchess wore a stunning black one-shoulder dress that is believed designed by the very woman she was there to honour.

Meghan made a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards on Monday night, wearing a black one-shoulder dress for her on-stage moment, which saw her carefully cradling her baby bump as she addressed the crowds

Ms Waight Keller, 48, won the prestigious British Womenswear Designer of the Year award and thanked Meghan personally in her speech at the star-studded awards ceremony at the historic venue in Kensington, London.

The designer said: ‘This woman is so amazing. I got to know Meghan on such a personal level. 

‘To have someone like that trust you on such a personal moment in their life… I can’t thank you enough because it was the most beautiful moment.’ 

Celebration: Meghan was presenting the British Designer of the Year Womenswear Award to Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy 

Mother-to-be: The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex kept her hair swept back in a low bun, and wore minimal makeup at the event, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall

Addressing the assembled fashionistas at the Royal Albert Hall, the Duchess said: ‘It’s such a pleasure to be here, celebrating British fashion and British designers, in my new home in the UK.’

She said of fashion, that ‘we have a deep connection to what we wear. Sometimes it’s deeply personal, sometimes it’s emotional.’ 

Meghan added that, for her, it was ‘really in being able to understand that it’s about supporting and empowering each other, especially as women.’


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