Harry & Meghan worried stressful royal life could prevent them from getting pregnant

In 2018, Prince Harry & Meghan Markle tied the knot 2018 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, England.

Millions worldwide followed the wedding between the prince and the former actress, but their royal status was gone years later as they left for pastures new.

Instead, the family of four, including children Archie and Lilibet, have settled in Montecito, California, where they will live happily for, what we hope, will be a very long time.

Harry & Meghan announced they were expecting Archie just months after their wedding.

At that stage, they were fully working royals with all the duties and engagements that came with their titles.

Yet new information reveals that the couple were worried they wouldn’t be able to have a child at all … and for one particular reason.

It took some years, but in 2020, the Sussexes left royal life behind.

The narrative has developed since then, and today, the relationship between Harry & Meghan and the Firm is far from good.

Felt stress could “prevent” them from getting pregnant
But as they were working royals, the stress of many duties and engagements concerned them.

“We worried about the stress of our daily lives, that it might prevent us getting pregnant,” Harry said. “The toll was starting to be visible on Meg; she’d lost a great deal of weight in the last year, despite all the shepherd’s pie.”

He added: “Friends recommended an ayurvedic doctor who’d helped them conceive. As I understood it, ayurvedic medicine sorted people into categories. I don’t recall which category this doctor sorted Meg into, but she did confirm our suspicion that Meg’s weight loss might be a barrier to conceiving.

“The doctor said Meghan should gain five pounds, adding, “you’ll get pregnant.”

“So Meg ate, and ate, and soon put on the recommended five pounds, and we looked hopefully at the calendar,” Harry said.






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