Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly want to have another baby.
Meghan revealed that she suffered a pregnancy loss over the summer in a powerful op-ed for The New York Times.
As much as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been enjoying their life with their super cute BB, Archie Harrison, they feel 100 percent ready to expand their family following the pregnancy loss that Meghan suffered earlier in the year, according to OK! Magazine—they're ready to try for baby number two!
"Harry has been an absolute rock for Meghan [during the miscarriage], and vice versa,"a source told the outlet. "They’ve come out of it stronger than ever. They’re determined to put this behind them and try for another baby at the earliest opportunity. But more than anything else, it’s really underlined how they belong together as soulmates."
After Meghan penned her powerful essay for The New York Times abut the miscarriage she suffered, the source also revealed that Meghan and Harry "were quite overwhelmed by the outpouring of compassion. The sheer scale of messages, electronic and handwritten, was nothing short of astounding."
Though the press has been notoriously hard on Meghan in the past, the response that her essay received from the public "validated their decision to go public a thousand times over" and has allowed their connection with each other to deepen.
Back in September, Us Weekly reported that Meghan wanted to start up the motherhood process again and was ready for what's in store for her family.
"Meghan loves being a mom, and seeing how happy and complete Harry is with Archie by his side is richly rewarding for her," the source said. "Meghan’s confident a second child will be perfectly manageable on a practical level and will bring them even more love and joy. She and Harry are both really excited for the next phase of their family journey."
Nothing else to do but to wait and see what happens—fingers crossed that Meghan and Harry's family planning can be as smooth as possible.
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