- Meghan Markle is going to be a mother again
- The Duchess of Sussex who relocated to the US with her family revealed in July 2020 that she and her hubby suffered a miscarriage
- On Sunday, February 14, the two posted a photo of a pregnant Meghan cradling her tummy
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Ring the bells, shout from the rooftop, and pour yourselves a few cold ones because the royal family is about to get bigger and better.
Months after opening up about their unfortunate miscarriage, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting a baby again.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were pictured in a brilliant pregnancy photoshoot in what would only be defined as a divine blessing.
It was a black and white image that showed Harry passionately holding his wife as her belly majestically stole the show.
Meghan was in a long, loose sundress that left people guessing she is probably in her second trimester.
The two will soon give their son Archie a brother and a sister after having to battle the loss of a child they were not fortunate to meet.
“We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child,” a source close to the pair revealed to Page Six.
Meghan Markle shared her pain through a news article written in the New York Times.
The former actress said she felt a sharp cramp that brought her to the floor while she was still holding Archie in her arms.
The mother of one also described how the mood was in her hospital as she and hubby Prince Harry were in tears.
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