Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are so excited about their pregnancy they have started designing the nursery already.
A source revealed to Us Weekly that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are so excited for their baby's arrival they have already started designing the nursery.
The Duke and Duchess announced on Valentine's Day that Archie would be a big brother soon. They shared a gorgeous black and white photo to mark the occasion.
The photo is of Markle lying with her head in her husband's lap while they look at each other with large smiles. She is wearing a beautiful flowy dress while Harry wore a half-opened button-down shirt in the photo.
A source revealed that the couple is ecstatic about their pregnancy and that Archie will have a sibling. The source shared that the couple always wanted two children:
“They’re super excited that [their son], Archie, is going to have a sibling. They’ve always wanted two children. It’s a dream come true.”
The insider shared that the "Suits" actress is doing well. They said that the Duchess and her husband have already started designing the nursery for their new baby.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had first become parents in May 2019 when Archie was born. They announced they were expecting in October 2018, and he was born a year after their wedding.
Prince Harry is very excited about having another baby as he has loved being a dad.
Some might be worried about the thought of having two children under the age of 3, however not Markle and Harry as Markle's mom Doria has loved being a grandparent to Archie.
A source shared the couple has no plans to hire a team of nannies as they are used to multi-tasking and having a lot on their plate. The source revealed:
"[Harry and Meghan are] used to having a lot on their plate and multitasking.”
Prince Harry is very excited about having another baby as he has loved being a dad. A source shared that he described it as the best feeling in the world.
Markle's pregnancy announcement comes few months after writing an essay for the New York Times about her experience with a miscarriage in July 2020.
The couple relocated to Los Angeles after they announced that they would be stepping down from their positions of senior royal family members in January 2020.
It was reported that the couple is enjoying their roles and their freedom as private citizens as they can make decisions without someone watching over them.