The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the 2019 Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey

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A family of three Dukes and Duchess of Sussex are to be a family of four, as Meghan Markle is expecting her second child with Prince Harry.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House, 2019

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The couple are already parents of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, born May 6, 2019. The family changed royal life at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor for California, where they now work as speakers public and documentary producers. They currently live in a sprawling mansion in Montecito, reportedly worth $ 14.7 million.

When she was pregnant with Archie, Meghan destroyed a royal tradition and protocol for doing things her own way. So the couple did not name when Meghan went to work, and decided not to use the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, as her sister- the Duchess of Cambridge and Diana’s mother-in-law, Princess of Wales.

Fertile Meghan at the 2018 Fashion Awards

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Instead, Buckingham Palace announced Meghan’s labor at 1pm less than an hour before Harry and Meghan revealed themselves that Archie was born that morning at 5.26am, via their own Instagram account. With Harry and Meghan now living on the side of the state, and no longer serving as senior members of the Royal Family, they are expected to announce this new arrival on their own terms. again.

It was later revealed that, despite wanting a home birth, Meghan had to give birth at Portland Hospital, in the same place as Sarah’s daughters, Princess Beatrice and Eugenie. Duchess of York.

Prince Harry and Meghan after the birth of their first child, Archie Mountbatten

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If the couple stayed in California, this is the first child in the US-born Windsor House straight line. The new baby will be in the eighth according to the crown, and is unlikely to have a royal title either, like his older brother Archie.