On March 31, 2020, Megxit finally came true and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially said their goodbyes to their lives as royalty. The couple’s impending departure hovered over the royal family for several months after Harry and Meghan announced their plans to resign via Instagram in January 2020.
While initially, it seemed that members of the royal family were having a hard time coping with the couple’s resignation, at the time of their departure, Meghan and Harry seemed to be in a better place with the royal family. With that said, it seemed like Meghan and Harry couldn’t get out fast enough. After the couple’s farewell tour, Meghan and Harry really started preparing to live their best lives. While they were initially hiding, err, living in Canada, in March 2020, the couple (and baby Archie, of course) moved to Los Angeles.
Now that Meghan and Harry have managed to put some distance between themselves and the royal family (literally), it’s safe to say that they are probably looking towards the next phase of their lives, which apparently includes a new organization and a job at Disney. But does it include a little brother or sister for Archie? This is what we know.
Harry and Meghan don’t rush to anything
As soon as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement, the media began to ask the couple when the world would receive a new royal baby. During an interview with the BBC In November 2017, the same month the couple made their announcement, the newly engaged couple was asked if they were planning to start a family, to which Harry replied, “I think eventually, a step to the once, and we will start a family in the near future. »
Less than two years after Harry made that promise, the couple announced the arrival of baby Archie in May 2019. According to a US Weekly. USA source, as of March 2020, Meghan and Harry are “enjoying these precious first days” with their little one. That being said, Archie may have a brother in the near future.
The source told the media that the couple “will seriously try very soon.” However, for the moment, “[t] hey, I just want to firmly establish myself in his new environment first and give Archie as much attention as possible.” While Meghan and Harry are reportedly “committed” to giving Archie a brother or sister, the source noted that they “don’t want to put too much pressure on the situation.”
There you have it! Meghan and Harry have not finished having children like Kate Middleton and Prince William, but they do not expect a royal baby announcement in the immediate future. So how many future baby announcements? can we expect from these two?
How many children do Meghan and Harry want?
These days, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are paying full attention to Archie, but apparently it won’t be long before little Archie becomes an older brother. Also, it doesn’t seem like his parents’ attention gets too wide.
In a 2019 interview with his good friend, conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, that appeared in the British Meghan Vogue guest editor for September issue: Harry revealed how many children he and Meghan want: “Two, at most! »
While older brother Prince William has three children, Harry would not be the only member of royalty who chose to stop at two. Harry’s father Prince Charles obviously has two children. Furthermore, Princess Anne, the Queen’s only daughter, is the mother of Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, while Prince Andrew, one of Charles’ siblings, is the father of Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Considering the fact that Meghan and Harry are doing their thing, their children’s lives will probably look a little different from the lives of their royal relatives. That said, only time will tell what the future holds for the new generation of real children.