Despite it being just two months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave birth to their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly already eager to add to their family. Just like Kate Middleton and Prince William, who have Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, the Sussex's want a big family and for Baby Archie to have a brother or a sister close in age.
According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, a second baby is "absolutely" a priority for the couple and that they "really would love to have a big family."
Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight that sources close to Harry and Meghan say they are "by all accounts, amazing parents. They are loving parenthood."
"They absolutely want siblings for Archie, so possibly we will have a second pregnancy announcement for Meghan and Harry sometime next year — but, for the moment, the focus is obviously on Archie," Nicholl continued.
As far as parenting Archie goes, Meghan and Harry have recently hired a nanny, however, she doesn't live at Frogmore Cottage on the weekends. Nicoll also noted to Vanity Fair that compared to other royal couples, Harry and Meghan have just a handful of staff and that they don't have a chef as Meghan does the cooking - she also orders all of the household's groceries online.
"She prepared organic meals before the baby was born and froze them, knowing she would be busy," Nicoll wrote.
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