Palace Kensington announced the Duges Sussex pregnancy at the beginning of its tour of Oceania in October, and the Royal has seen since leaving its conservative fashion choices the Royal viewers were familiar to since the Royal wedding.
Meghan, 37, was formed in a series of knee dresses and rising high hemlines.
Keren Beaumont's personal stylist at Yahoo Style UK said Meghan employs an exciting maternity wear game, also used by Duchess of Cambridge.
He said: "When a woman is pregnant and sees her body shaped evolving, she can ask for a change in her usual dressing formula.
"As well as changing shape, many pregnant women experience physical discomfort when wearing tight fitted clothing around their middle area.
"A natural wife, such as Meghan or Kate, who usually wore fit silhouettes, would suddenly find herself in a situation where she needed to wear shapes slightly more common around her."
Notably, Meghan turned white, above the knee, a tuxedo from a New Zealand designer, Maggie Marilyn, as she visited Courtenay Creative in Wellington, New Zealand, who runs programs for young and young people, Do not intend to enter a movie.
She also had a black ASOS black maternity cost of just £ 44 after arriving at Wellington, which also included a very high hemline.
Ms Beaumont stated that the Duchess could choose shorter options in an attempt to draw attention from her flowering pump and to show her assets that do not change significantly throughout her pregnancy.
He said: "In the public eye, these women will be very aware of wanting to look great, so they will offset these larger silhouettes by maximizing the assets that do not change so much as possible during pregnancy, especially their legs in the case of the two girls in question.
"The two are blessed with long slim legs that are beautifully displayed in advanced hemlines."
The fashion specialist even believes that Meghan can begin to extend further during pregnancy, with brighter colors and more economical prints.
He came to the conclusion: "Meghan may begin to introduce a little color and impression when he goes to pregnancy, breaking his palette trade to highlight its beautiful colorful and beautiful. "
However, Meghan has chosen a very traditional costume since returning from Australia, beat Du Stella McCartney's long coat for the Royal British Legion Memorial Festival at the Royal Albert Hall.
He also chose a conservative Givenchy coat with details of shoulder caps for coffins and Arms in the Cenotaph on Sunday November 11.