Happily ever after is just beginning for the newly crowned Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the world couldn’t be more excited! After six short months of planning for the wedding of the century, the royal couple is now enjoying their honeymoon before they return back to their official duties.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared that they’ll be focusing on the Commonwealth, however, some people believe that they should be focusing on something more family related…
Months before the wedding has even taken place, family planning was being pushed on the couple. And while many people believed that the couple needed to start their family immediately after the wedding, two pesky little baby-pushers are begging for the couple to have babies as soon as possible.
Who are these two royals with big hopes for the couple?
Prince George and Princess Charlotte!
They prince’s niece and nephew are absolutely adored by Harry and Meghan. And the feelings are mutual! Prince George and Princess Charlotte took a liking to Meghan almost immediately and they were thrilled to learn that the actress was going to be their forever friend once she married their uncle.
The two little munchkins have each other to play with, and soon they’ll have another little brother or sister, but that doesn’t mean that they’re content! They want cousins and they want cousins fast!
Sources have shared that the couple has begged and begged their uncle and soon-to-be auntie for babies so that they can play with them. And shockingly enough, it sounds like the little influencers are working their magic because sources are saying that the Prince and his bride are actually considering have kids sooner, rather than later!
The couple is believed to start their family quickly- perhaps this is at the request of Prince George and Princess Charlotte (And even Prince Harry's brother, Prince William)! In fact, there is currently a rumor circulating that the couple is already pregnant and expecting twins!
What do you think about this?! Should they start their family sooner than later?