It seems as though we might not be waiting long for another royal baby...
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will officially tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, on Saturday.
The pair have announced details of their wedding music, cake, guests and bridal party. On Friday morning it was also confirmed that Prince Charles will be joining Meghan on her walk down the aisle of the Quire, at her request.
The Prince of Wales is also said to be ‘pleased to welcome her to the royal family in this way.’
With members of the public already preparing to line the streets in order to get a glimpse of the newlyweds during their horse-drawn carriage procession following the ceremony, it’s fair to say that #Heghan mania has taken over the UK.
With the Royal Family having just welcomed a new prince, a lot of people are speculating about whether or not Harry and Meghan will be planning to start a family once they are married.
In fact, you may remember that the happy couple touched on the subject during their very first joint interview – just after announcing their engagement.
When quizzed on whether they had plans to start a family any time soon, the 33-year-old royal didn’t hesitate.
‘Not currently, no,’ the royal said, while Meghan smiled.
Harry continued: ‘Of course, one step at a time and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future…’
But how long in the near future? Well, according to royal correspondent Katie Nicholl, it could happen a lot sooner than we thought.
‘My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding,’ Katie reportedly claimed to Entertainment Tonight. ‘He’s made no secret about wanting children.’
Harry has proven how good he is with young people on many occasions – come on, we all remember that viral popcorn exchange, right? – so we have every reason to believe that he would make an incredible dad.
And, with those genes, we think that these two would have some pretty beautiful babies.
We’ll be watching this space.