The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could welcome a second child in LA, new reports claim.
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, are parents to six-month-old Archie, and could now be planning to add to their brood.
The couple are reportedly keen to deliver their second child in LA, after giving birth so far from her friends and family was said to leave the American-born actress feeling ‘lonely and uncomfortable’.
These claims come after bookies have slashed the odds of the couple announcing a second pregnancy next year, with some claiming it could be as early as February.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (seen this month in London) could welcome a second child in LA, new reports claim, with bookies claiming they could announce a pregnancy as early as February
A source told Ok! magazine: ‘Meghan already told pals that when she comes to deliver her next baby – she would like to do it in LA where she was born and bred.
‘She said that being pregnant in the UK without any of her family and friends felt incredibly lonely and uncomfortable for her.
‘So she’s keen to change that the second time around and would like to buck tradition to ensure she’s happy – although that may ruffle feathers along the way.’
The couple are reportedly keen to deliver their second child in LA, after giving birth so far from her friends and family was said to leave the American-born actress (seen in March in London) feeling ‘lonely and uncomfortable’
The couple, who welcomed Archie in May, are said to be weaning their son, royal commentator Omid Scobie has said.
Speaking on Yahoo UK’s ‘The Royal Story’ weekly podcast, he revealed that he had spoken to the former-royal chef to Prince Charles and Princess Diana, who gave some insight into the typical diet of a royal baby.
According to the cook, youngsters in the royal family are usually given organic, seasonal produce, with everything being made fresh.
Speaking on the radio show, he said: ’Meghan says that Archie’s currently being weaned at the moment.
These claims come after bookies have slashed the odds of the couple announcing a second pregnancy next year, with some claiming it could be as early as February. Harry and Meghan are seen introducing Archie in May
Speaking to Carolyn Robb, she described the typical diet of royal babies as: ‘Organic, seasonal and very simple’.
She added: ‘Everything is made fresh. There’s so much pre-made food available but I’m sure they would like doing everything themselves.’
The hands-on parents are said to have just one nanny, who reportedly does not live at Windsor Castle’s Frogmore Cottage with the Sussexes, as they couple are keen to give Archie a normal upbringing.
In September a source told The Sun that their recruit has ‘fitted into the family really well’, adding: ‘Meghan is a very hands-on mum but the new nanny is a godsend.
‘She’s great with little Archie and just adores him. Harry and Meghan are very happy with her.’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly weaning baby Archie onto solids, a royal reporter has claimed. They are seen in South Africa in September
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