While the world’s in a royal wedding frenzy at the moment, bride-to-be Meghan Markle may have other things on her mind.
The 36-year-old former Suits actress is reportedly looking into IVF so she can have a baby with her future husband, 33-year-old Prince Harry.
Numerous sources told OK magazine that the loved-up couple are currently trying to conceive, however, it’s reported Meghan is ‘panicking’ about it and feels a ‘responsibility to get pregnant’.
Meghan is said to be concerned that she is approaching 37 in August has looked into alternative ways she can have a baby in the event she has trouble conceiving naturally.
“She has been panicked because she doesn’t want to disappoint Harry, the Queen and the whole royal family,” a source told the magazine.
“She has looked into IVF as a back-up plan but is doing everything in her power to conceive naturally.”
They also suggested that she’s been practicing yoga poses that are said to increase fertility.
It’s previously been reported that Prince Harry and Meghan were considering adopting kids from all around the world.
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The duo are staunch supporters of numerous charities and it’s been claimed Meghan wants to follow in Angelina Jolie’s footsteps, who has famously adopted three times.
“Meghan sees Angelina Jolie as a huge inspiration and the perfect example of a woman who balances family, work and charity drives,” an insider previously told The Mirror.
“She has often spoken about how she’s impressed with her.”
Back in April last year, Prince Harry spoke about his desire for children in a candid interview with the Telegraph, saying he believed he was in the right place in his life to start a family.
“Of course, I would love to have kids,” he said.
He also spoke about his relationship with his adorable niece and nephew, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, saying he enjoys playing video games with them.
“I’d like to think [I’m a pretty awesome godfather], I think the key is to grow up but also stay in touch with your childhood side,” he said.
“And if that means going to someone’s house and playing Playstation and kicking the ass of their son on Counter-Strike or Halo or whatever it is, then I’ll try and do that!”
Meghan has previously said that she “can’t wait to start a family, but in due time,” in an April 2016 interview with Best Health Canada, just months before she confirmed her romance with the prince.
During their official BBC interview after their engagement was announced, Harry and Meghan hinted that their thoughts were already on starting a family.
When the interviewer asked, “Children?”, Harry responded with “Not currently no,” before adding, “one step at a time and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future.”
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