Just days ahead of the Royal Wedding, there are rumors circulating that Meghan Markle is pregnant. Sources claim that the princess-to-be is already expecting her first baby with Prince Harry. Their wedding is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, 2018.
A new report by InTouch magazine claims that Markle has buns in the oven. Calling it a “Palace Bombshell,” the tabloid reveals that the true reason why “the couple have fast-tracked their nuptials.” Sources for the tabloid say that Prince Harry and Meghan have been trying to get pregnant for a while now.
“Although it’s tradition to wait until tying the knot before having babies, Harry’s always been a rule breaker and Meghan can feel her biological clock ticking, so they’ve already stopped using contraception,” the source tells InTouch. “They’ve been trying for a baby for a few months.”
The 36-year-old actress has reportedly been feeling “nauseous” lately. The mag also claims that friends have noticed Markle’s “skin glowing.” The prince has also been seen “affectionately touching her belly.”
“She and Harry are more excited about having babies than they are about their actual wedding,” the insider reveals.
Meghan Markle is NOT Pregnant
While the rumors continue to swirl leading to the Royal Wedding date on Sunday, GossipCop has confirmed the stories to be fake. According to the entertainment site, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not expecting. The royal family will not be having a new addition just months after Prince Louis.
The site also suggests that the photo shared by InTouch is deceptive. In its magazine, InTouch also published a photo which it claims to be the secret engagement party of the couple wherein they announced that Meghan Markle is pregnant. Markle is seen chatting with the Suits cast in the snap.
“The publication is deceptively trying to trick readers into thinking the photo has to do with celebrating a pregnancy at an engagement party, but that’s 100 percent provably untrue,” GossipCop explains.
So clear things up, the princess-to-be is not pregnant and Prince Harry isn’t going to be a father soon. Hopefully, the Royal Wedding will continue without any humps on May 19.