When she was pregnant with her firstborn baby, Archie, Meghan Markle admitted how she felt "lonely" and "isolated" during that time. Now, the Duchess of Sussex is determined to prevent that from happeninjg again.
With that said, Markle is already reportedly planning to have his second in the United States where she will be with her closest family and friends. Although baby number two is still not here, OK! Magazine revealed that Meghan and Prince Harry are planning for it.
A source of the magazine revealed that Meghan has already told her friends of her plan to give birth to her next baby in L.A. where she was born and raised. Being pregnant in the U.K. and being far from her friends and family makes her pregnancy lonely, and it was very uncomfortable for her.
Meghan is reportedly eager to change her second pregnancy's environment, although she knows it may "ruffle feathers" along the way.
In relation to the news, Prince Harry and Meghan will be having a six-week break from Royal duties. The royal couple is planning to spend time with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland in LA.
According to reports, Meghan wanted to take time off, escpae the controversies that have hounded her and spend quality time and bond with her baby Archie.
Prince Harry Worried?
According to the OK! Magazine report though, an insidre shared that Prince Harry was initially worried about the possible implications if ever the second baby will be born in the U.S.
However, the Duke of Sussex has always been very supportive of Meghan and is expected to back her with her plans.
"Harry was initially concerned at the implications of having their second child in the U.S., as well as the problems it could cause with his family," the insider said. "But it's believed he'll support Meghan and do whatever it takes to make her happy and alleviate any anxieties or stresses."
Busy Before Break
Before Harry and Meghan could go on their most awaited royal break, the royal couple has still a lot on schedule up until Remembrance Sunday.
This incoming Thursday, they will be joined for the first time on an official engagement with Camilla Parker Bowles. The three will be visiting Westminster Abbey's Field of Remembrance and will get to meet other organizations that were associated with the First World War.
On Saturday, Prince Harry and Meghan will be attending the annual Royal British Legion of Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. The event will be the couple's first appearance after the ITV documentary "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" was released.