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Meghan Markle, mother again at the age of 40: with Harry, “they’ll do anything for it”


If they continue their conversion, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are equally ready to expand their family, as revealed by royal expert Katie Nicholl at the Entertainment Tonight website.

A baby in 2021? According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, recently quoted by the American website Entertainment Tonight, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are only dreaming about it. “They’d like a brother or sister for Archie,” she said, “they’ll do anything for it.” Marked by a summer miscarriage – which the former actress, who celebrated her 39th birthday on August 4, 2020, made public through a poignant text published in the columns of the New York Times in November – Sussex is not desperate. For, in their grief, the Crown rebels have found comfort in supporting each other.

“In many ways, this loss has brought them together and made them stronger,” a source close to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry told Us Weekly magazine. To help her beauty heal her wounds, the grandson of Her Majesty Elizabeth II had advised her to take up the pen and break her silence.

“Harry said, ‘I think you should write about this, because if we can help another family go through the same situation, then that’s a good reason to do it,'” Katie Nicholl told The Royal Beat on True Royalty TV. More united and in love than ever, enjoying a promising (albeit criticised) reconversion and a peaceful daily life away from the monarchy, the lovebirds are also on the road to reconciliation with the Cambridge family because of this miscarriage.

A drama that changed everything?

In November, when she revealed that she had been the victim of such a tragedy, Meghan Markle had received the support of an immeasurable number of celebrities and anonymous people. For his part, Prince Harry received a gesture from his elder brother, with whom he has been on the outskirts of town for many months.

The departure of the Sussex family from the Firm had been the culmination of these tensions. But if all seems to point towards reconciliation, the sons of Prince Charles and Lady Diana have joined forces to defend the memory of their mother, some like the royal biographer Ingrid Seward doubt that this relationship can be mended.

“I doubt that they will ever return to what they were. I really don’t think so. I think it’s probably a broken relationship,” she said in the podcast Pod Save The Queen. Only a “terrible tragedy”, she said, would have the power to bring them together and restore the unbreakable bond they had maintained until Megxit.

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