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Meghan Markle Must Change Her Hairstyle After She Gets Pregnant

Updated on August 19, 2018
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Margaret Minnicks is an ordained Bible teacher and online writer. She loves to share her teachings online.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been married only for a short time. That doesn't mean the world is not predicting when they will have children. They have not kept it a secret that they want to start a family soon.

There will be rumors that the Duchess of Sussex is pregnant before she really is. She is not allowed to make an announcement until after three months. However, there is one telltale sign that she is expecting a royal baby before an official announcement is made or before a baby bump is seen.

Meghan Markle's Hair

Meghan's hair always looks gorgeous. It is usually glossy, shiny and straight. The former Suits actress admitted in a 2011 interview that she uses semi-permanent straightening treatments for her hair.

Actually, she said that because her mother is black and her father is Dutch and Irish, her hair texture is very curly and frizzy. She added that she has been getting Brazilian blowouts for a long time, but she will have to stop using them when she gets pregnant. Then her hair will look different. The public will probably see her more with her hair up than flowing as in the past.

Brazilian Blowouts

Brazilian hair straightening treatments can be performed on all types of hair. Its main purpose is to eliminate hair frizz and straighten curls and waves.

Etiquette coach Myka Meier told the Sun that when Meghan stops getting Brazilian blowouts it could be a very good indication that she may be expecting. The chemicals in those treatments are dangerous for a woman to use when she is expecting. They should be avoided when a woman is pregnant, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

One of the requirements that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West stipulated when they were looking for a surrogate for their third child was that the woman must not use those chemicals in her hair.

Meier isn't sure about the chemicals Meghan uses, but she thinks the Duchess of Sussex uses a keratin or a Brazilian treatment to straighten it. Whatever she uses, she will have to stop using them. That means Meghan will more than likely begin to wear her hair up in a bun most of the time instead of long and loose as she often wears it.

Dr. Sarah Jarvis, Clinical Director of Patient.info, explained that pregnant women should not use dangerous chemicals on their hair. Nothing is taken internally, but small amounts can be absorbed through the scalp. Besides, fumes can be inhaled. Other doctors also agree that keratin hair treatments should be avoided during pregnancy.

Dr. Jarvis explained that keratin treatments contain formaldehyde that could cause birth defects if much of it enters the body.

Brazilian blowouts usually last about 10-12 weeks and can cost from $150 to $500 for each treatment.

Travel Before Pregnancy

While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they want to start a family soon, it may not be this year. They will have a very busy schedule traveling on official duty. Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan, 37, will go on an upcoming tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga, according to an official report.

Perhaps after their tour is over, they will start their family. You will have a very good clue that Meghan is pregnant when you see a change in her hairstyle.

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    • revmjm profile imageAUTHOR

      Margaret Minnicks 

      4 weeks ago from Richmond, VA

      Louise, people are already waiting for them to have a baby. They do want to start a family soon, but they have an upcoming tour first.

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      Louise Powles 

      4 weeks ago from Norfolk, England

      They certainly will make lovely parents. I've always liked Prince Harry. I had never heard of Meghan Markle before she married him, but I like her. She's a lovely young lady.

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