Asked on Wednesday if she was excited about Markle's pregnancy, the mother of three said: "Yeah, absolutely".
The paper pointed out that Kate had just given birth to Prince Louis and was "feeling quite emotional". The couple, who are expecting their first child together next spring, are reportedly moving to Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle, not far from where they were married back in May.
"I'm so bad!" she says.
Britains's top-selling The Sun newspaper, citing royal sources, claims strict instructions from Meghan was the cause of Kate's tears when the fitting of three-year-old Charlotte's dress didn't go as Meghan planned.
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However, others have hinted that there may have been tensions between the two Duchesses ahead of the royal wedding in May.
A month after Meghan and Harry's wedding they appeared together at an event at Cheshire, in northwest England. Following their wedding at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, the couple enjoyed their lavish reception at Frogmore House, which is just a stone's throw away from where they will live come 2019.
Harry, yesterday in Zambia, where he met Queen's Commonwealth Trust partner Circus Zambia, and Meghan are expected to cover decorative costs.
The Duchess was meeting fans when one told her she was from Italy. "Understanding the Palace way, the deference, the politics and the fact that there's a pecking order, is taking a while for Meghan to get her head around".
Although tabloids insist that there might be a rift between the families of the two brothers, The Daily Mail suggested that Meghan and Harry wanted to move in order to avoid the spotlight once the baby is born.