Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly all set to welcome their second child together after fully settling into their new California-based home.
Despite stepping down as senior members of the royal family earlier this year, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have retained their fans, that are as invested in the couple’s lives as ever. As they adapt to their new lives, while pursuing entertainment deals and planning the next phase of their careers, a new report claims that the two are gearing up for a second child.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are fully settled into their new home in California, and Us Magazine suggests they are all set for a second child. “Now that they’re comfortable in their new home and everything else in their lives is locked in and going well, Meghan’s told Harry it’s baby time,” a source told the magazine.
“She’s ready to be a mom again and can’t wait to start the process,” the source added. Aside from that, the source said that Meghan doing great in her role as a mother. “Seeing how happy and complete Harry is with Archie by his side is richly rewarding for her.”
Meghan’s confident a second child will be perfectly manageable on a practical level and will bring them even more love and joy. She and Harry are both really excited about the next phase of their family journey,” the source said.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have neither confirmed nor denied these speculations, meaning, fans should be on the lookout over the next few months. If the report comes to fruition, Meghan and Prince Harry could be celebrating the end of this year with a baby on the way.
Prince Harry Says He And Meghan Markle Will Only Have Two Kids Because Of Climate Change https://t.co/Bg7ci6r32G
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) July 31, 2019
Following the birth of Archie Harrison, Prince Harry came under fire after an interview with renowned conservationist and family friend Jane Goodall. Harry revealed that he and Meghan are only planning to have a maximum of two children citing the dangers of overpopulation and damaging environmental effects.