Various media are reporting that Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, have come forward with some very exciting news.
On May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in a lavish ceremony. The UK and the rest of the world participated in their celebration as it was broadcast to millions of television viewers. Shortly thereafter, they went on their honeymoon — and now they are back.
The world is meanwhile waiting for news of a potential baby on the way…
Prince Harry and Meghan to go on “tour”
Hello Magazine reports that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have “brilliant” news. They are about to go on their first “tour” abroad. This means that people outside of Britain can finally get a glimpse of the couple.
Harry and Meghan will begin their tour in Australia where they will be present during the Invictus Games in Sydney, a sporting event initiated by Prince Harry in which injured and ill soldiers and veterans can participate in various sports. It includes wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing.
According to Hello Magazine, Prince Harry has expressed joy that Meghan has agreed to join him on such “work trips”.
“I am also incredibly grateful that the woman I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, of which she too is hugely excited to take part in.”
Royal Wedding Fun Fact #1: Meghan followed in Princess Diana's footsteps. Harry and Meghan read traditional vows from the Book of Common Prayer, but if you listened closely, you would have noticed that Meghan omitted the word "obey," just like Diana did when she married Prince Charles in 1981. Kate Middleton also did the same when she tied the knot with Prince William in 2011.
Married 19 May – silence after the wedding
On May 19, Harry and Meghan said “yes”, marrying in Windsor. It was later revealed that the first thing Harry said to Meghan when he saw her was: “You look amazing!”
A little earlier on their wedding day, Queen Elizabeth announced that the couple’s new titles would be Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Following the wedding, there has been mostly silence from the couple, so many are looking forward to seeing them back in the spotlight. And with their announced tour, that waiting will soon be over.
After visiting Australia, the couple will continue to Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand.
The wedding reception was a star-studded occasion of extraordinary glamour that was hosted by Prince Charles, featured music from Sir Elton John and concluded with an impressive fireworks display outside the historic 17th century venue. And Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding reception is also said to have featured a 'naughty' speech from best man Prince William, a thanks from Meghan to the Royal Family for welcoming her in and a 'surprise' from compere James Corden.
“Want children soon”
Even though the good news this time does not include a so-called bundle of joy on the way, it may still be reality in the not so far future… Popular magazine Marie Claire has reported that the couple wants to have children “right away”.
Harry has said that he hopes he and Meghan will start a family in the near future. According to marieclaire.co.uk, a source who knows the couple told US Weekly: “Having children is definitely a priority.”
This is, of course, not yet confirmed by the British royal house. However, a British chief expert, Katie Nicholl, has confirmed that the rumors are true:
“My sources say that Prince Harry is especially very fond of the idea of forming a family shortly after the wedding.”
Will the couple eventually come to your country? That’s something to certainly hope for as the couple begins their tour. Perhaps will a little prince or princess soon be on the way too! Time will tell!
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