She’s due to give birth to her first child with Prince Harry in 2019, but some are beginning to speculate that Meghan Markle’s due date is sooner than the projected April arrival for her baby.

Karen Anvil, a photographer who gathers to watch the royal family walk to Christmas Day church service each year and famously caught a photo of Princes William and Harry, as well as Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, during last year’s holiday, struck gold a second time during the 2018 walk. According to a post on her Twitter page, Anvil not only took photos this year, including one of the Duchess of Sussex cradling her baby bump, but she also got to have a brief conversation with her as well.

In her post, Anvil revealed that the former “Suits” star actually may have indicated she was further along in her pregnancy than expected.

Meghan Markle Pregnancy Meghan Markle has spurred reports her pregnancy is further along than previously suggested. She is pictured departing Christmas Day service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, England on Dec. 25, 2018. Photo: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images

“Meghan said she was excited, there wasn’t long left to go,” Anvil tweeted after a fan asked about their conversation. “She cradled her bump. She was so sweet!”

Anvil also later stated that she felt Markle’s comments the baby would be coming “soon” implied that the pregnancy was further along than has been previously expected.

“No...she said ‘we’re nearly there!’ --That sounds soon to me!!!” she wrote.

An exact due date was never confirmed by Kensington Palace for the royal baby, though when the Duke and Duchess announced their news in October, it was stated that she had told the royal family after getting her 12-week ultrasound. It was expected the baby would be due sometime in April as a result.

Of course, the Duchess could be due slightly sooner, since it was revealed the baby would be born in Spring. The official start date for the season is on March 21.