Who’s Older Kate Middleton or Meghan Markle?
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are some of the most famous and recognizable faces in the world. Of course, being as popular as they are has many of their fans asking questions and wanting to know more and more about the women who won the hearts of princes.
One question that always comes up about the ladies is what their ages are. So which duchess is actually older, Middleton or Markle? Here’s the answer to that plus how old the Duchess of Sussex will be when she gives birth to her first child.
Kate Middleton’s age
Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born to parents Michael and Carole Middleton on Jan. 9, 1982, in Reading, England. She’s actually five and a half months or 164 days to be exact older than Prince William, who she married on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey in London.
Less than a year after the world watched the couple tie the knot, it was announced that the
Prince William and Middleton’s kids are third, fourth, and fifth in the line of succession to the British throne. Prince Harry is currently sixth but if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decide to have any more children Harry will then move further down the line.
Meghan Markle’s age
Rachel Meghan Markle was born on Aug. 4, 1981, in Los Angeles, California, making the Duchess of Sussex older than her sister-in-law by a few months. Like Middleton, the former Suits actress is also older than her husband. They are just over three years apart as Harry was born on Sept. 15, 1984.
When Markle and the prince wed on May 19, 2018, she became the oldest royal bride at 36. That record was previously held by Middleton who was 29 years old when she and William said, “I do.”
In October 2018, it was announced that the Duke and
“As women get older the number and quality of egg cells that are produced by the ovaries declines,” an article published by U.K.’s National Health Service states. “About 10% of women are affected by early ovarian ageing but there is currently little that can be done to identify this condition. Infertility and difficulty in conceiving can cause great emotional distress to couples.”
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