Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are nervous about a possible miscarriage after suffering one last year. A source revealed the details to People.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have some concerns about a possible miscarriage as Markle shared she had suffered one last year, in July.
Markle had shared in a candid and open New York Times essay in November that in July 2020, she had suffered a devastating miscarriage.
After suffering a miscarriage, it is no wonder the Duke and Duchess are nervous while awaiting the birth of their second child and Archie's first sibling.
A source close to the expecting parents revealed to People their feelings about expecting and that it took a while for them to feel relaxed:
"They were both nervous, and it took them a while before they could relax and fully enjoy this pregnancy."
The source shared that the Sussexes wanted Archie to have a sibling close in age. The adorable little Archie will turn 2 years old on May 6, 2021.
The couple is so excited about Archie having a younger sibling that he was the centerpiece of their announcement as the first line read that he was to be a big brother.
After his birth, she shared he was a dream, and she had the two best guys in the world.
The announcement came in the form of a gorgeous black and white photo taken by the couple's friend and photographer Misan Harriman via an IPad.
The photo showed a barefoot Harry sitting in a garden, with his beautiful and pregnant wife lying with her head in his lap. A source revealed that the couple is thrilled as:
"They are besotted parents, and they can't wait to share that even more with a second child. They are both so happy to have their little family."
It has been reported that Prince Harry is particularly excited about the arrival of a second child as he has loved being a father to Archie.
Of course, Markle is just as excited as Archie had been a lovely and sweet baby. After his birth, she shared he was a dream, and she had the two best guys in the world.
Meghan Markle pictured with her son, Archie Harrison reading a book. 2020. | Photo: Getty Images
Although the baby will be a member of the Royal British family, they are likely to be American-born as the Sussexes are based in California.