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March 23, 2018

Prince Harry reportedly wants to become a dad 'pretty soon' after his wedding

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Prince Harry reportedly wants to have kids immediately after the wedding.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are about to be married very soon on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel.

Entertainment Tonight revealed that according to royal expert, Katie Nicholl, who wrote Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, Prince Harry already has the thought of wanting to have kids on his mind.

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Nicholl said that the 33-year-old has made it clear that he always wanted to have children.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are already parents to Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, and they are about to welcome another baby in April 2018.

Perhaps seeing Prince William settling down when he was married made Prince Harry decide to want to settle down as well.

As for Markle, she reportedly also loves children just as much as Prince Harry does.

She has been seen interacting with a lot of kids these past few months at various events she and Prince Harry have attended as part of their royal duties.

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Nicholl shared that Markle is already very fond of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

She said while the former Suits actress was excited to meet Prince William and Middleton, she was most especially excited to see their two children face to face and interact with them.

Nicholl said to Entertainment Tonight, "Meghan is very doting with children. She is very maternal and she was thrilled to meet George and Charlotte. I think one of the lovely things, anecdotes that I discovered [while writing] the book was, it was actually a moment involving children, when Meghan really fell for Prince Harry."

During the wedding, Prince George and Princess Charlotte reportedly have special roles to play. Prince George will be the pageboy while Prince William’s youngest child will be the flower girl.

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