In May, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry introduced the world to their first child, Archie Harrison. It was a joyous moment that many fans had been waiting since the couple got married a year earlier.
Of course, many real followers now look forward to seeing if a second baby will arrive in the near future. However, the truth is that we will probably not hear any announcement for babies. 2 in short. Read on below to find out why.
How has the paternity of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry been?
Both Markle and Prince Harry have only been parents for about two months, so the couple is still not fit for life with a small one. However, the sources and the internal people have shared that they are simply delighted with Baby Archie.
"Meghan is radiant, every day one day at a time," he told ELLE a source. "What strikes me the most is this true tranquility that has been established within it."
The family currently resides in Frogmore Cottage, a quiet home outside of London and near Windsor Castle. In spite of being two real celebrities, Markle and Prince Harry are planning to let Archie live the most normal life and do everything possible to make this happen.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry want more children?
Fortunately for real fans who want to see Markle and Prince Harry raise the most adorable children, it seems that the couple wants to continue growing their family. The royal expert Katie Nicholl shared with ET that "sources close to the couple told me that they would really love to have a large family. They are, in any case, incredible parents. They are loving paternity." An informant also goes tell people that "Meghan has talked about having one more."
Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announce the baby. 2 soon?
Although it seems likely that there will be at least one more child that joins Markle and Prince Harry's family, unfortunately, maybe we should wait a while before listening to the news about a second baby.
All this for the sake of Markle's health. Being more than 35 years old, it is the one who says the members of the medical community a geriatric mother. Doctors tend to advise women of this age group who expect at least a year before re-conceiving. If they try to conceive within six months of their previous pregnancy, they may be at risk of maternal mortality.
Julie Jomeen, a professor of obstetrics at the University of Hull, said that women should plan things with their doctor, although they understand that many women of Markle's age may feel that they "do not have the same luxury of time in terms of its fertility "compared to young people.
"However, the general health of the mother is an important factor in this risk," he said. "The important thing is that they are aware of the evidence about the space between births and that they make their choice based on good evidence-based information."
Will Meghan Markle choose the adoption or subrogation?
If Markle gets pregnant in the future, however, she still has other options to grow her family. Adoption and subrogation are two popular alternatives that promote celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Kim Kardashian.
Markle and Prince Harry have not shared how they feel about adoption and subrogation, but based on what we know about them, these options are likely not to be completely out of the table.
None of these options has been widely used by members of the royal family, but Markle and Prince Harry have shown again and again that they are a different generation of royalty. Of course, when it comes to the best for them and their children, Markle and Prince Harry are not afraid of approaching the established traditions.