Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married in 2018 at Windsor, England’s St. George’s Chapel.
The prince and the former actress’ wedding was watched by millions of people around the world, but when they moved on to new opportunities years later, their royal status vanished.
Instead, the four-person family—including kids Archie and Lilibet—has made their home in Montecito, California, where we hope they will live happily for a very long time.
Just a few months after their wedding, Harry & Meghan made the announcement that Archie was on the way. They had all the responsibilities and engagements that came with being royal at that point.
However, new data indicates that the couple was concerned they wouldn’t be able to conceive at all… and for one specific reason.
The Sussexes finally quit the royal life in 2020, after a few years of waiting. Since then, the story has changed, and Harry & Meghan’s relationship with the Firm is currently very sour.
They were working royals, though, so the pressure of several obligations and engagements worried them.
Harry remarked, “We worried that the stress of our daily life may hinder us from getting pregnant. Meg was beginning to show the toll; in spite of eating a lot of shepherd’s pie, she had lost a lot of weight in the previous year.
“Friends who had helped them conceive advised an ayurvedic doctor,” he continued. Ayurvedic medicine, as I understood it, classified individuals into groups. I don’t remember which group this doctor put Meg in, but she confirmed our fear that Meg’s weight loss would be a problem for getting pregnant.
Meghan should gain five pounds, the doctor advised, adding, “you’ll get pregnant.”
Meg continued to eat until she had gained the requisite five pounds, at which point Harry stated, “We hopefuly looked at the calendar.”