Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose to leave the United Kingdom and resign from their high royal positions to pursue a more financially independent life in America.
That would be in the year 2020. According to a royal expert, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new life in the United States have been “lonely” after two years.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the royals-turned-celebrities were open to expanding their family and that adding another to the mix would be ideal for them.
Kinsey Schofield, a royal analyst, believes a third child is unlikely, noting that they have only a few people they trust since leaving the UK.
The Daily Star said:
“If Harry and Meghan are seriously considering having a third child. I suppose it’s because their circle is limited and their world is lonely.”
Kinsey said neither Prince Harry nor Meghan Markle had contact with their families and that the couple has discontinued contact with their long-time friends.
“They have few trusts and rely heavily on one another. Meghan has had several tough pregnancies, and I don’t think she would put her body through it again.”
If the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a third child, they will violate the former’s commitment to keeping his family to four children due to environmental concerns.
In a 2019 interview with Jane Goodall for British Vogue, he stated that he would only have two children at most, blaming his decision on climate change.
Furthermore, Kinsey believes that having a third Sussex child will not end their animosity toward the royal family – “but shutting up might.”
The former “Suits” star recently gave a candid interview to Variety magazine in which she discussed Queen Elizabeth II’s death and the outpouring of love for the family.
Furthermore, it has been reported that the next king, King Charles III, is keeping a close eye on anything the Duchess of Sussex does that may harm the reputation of the British royal family.
According to Duncan Larcombe of Fox News, the monarch’s strategy has been to disregard what has been written and said about him.
The expert says:
“I would be very, very astonished if he wasn’t made aware of every type of keynote interview and commercial things because they have to. It’s the Royal Family’s brand.”