Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their second baby, a spokesperson for the pair has reported.
In a report, a spokesperson for Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, said: “We can confirm that Archie will be a big brother.” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pleased that they are expecting a second child.
The couple sat near a tree with Harry’s hand placed under Meghan’s head in a black-and-white photo of themselves, as she was lying on his lap with her hand resting on her bump.
The baby will be entitled to U.S. citizenship as an automatic right if born in the U.S.
Last year when Harry and Meghan stunned the world as senior royalty, they said they travelled with baby Archie to North America, who will turn two in May.
In May 2018, in Windsor Castle, Harry and the American actor Meghan Markle got married. A year later, their son, Archie, was born.
Their baby news comes just days after a baby boy was welcomed on February 9 by Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie.
The sex and the due date of the second baby of the pair appear to be unknown.
The kid is eligible to be a Lord or a Lady, but Harry and Meghan will chose again, with the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, to plan their second-born simple Master, like Archie, or a Miss.