With her husband Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, 41, is the proud mother of two adorable children, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, who will turn two in June. However, 18 years ago, the actress displayed her broody side.
The Duchess of Sussex was captured holding up a sweet babygrow with a beaming smile in a picture that was discovered from the Kari Feinstein-style lounge taken before the 2005 Emmys.
The adorable baby outfit read, “Bearly sleeping,” and featured a cartoon bear. Meghan appeared to be smitten by the attractive outfit.
The Suits actress and Prince Harry first crossed paths in 2016, and they later wed in Windsor, England, in front of a large international audience, in a lavish ceremony. But before even meeting the royal, she had mentioned having children.
According to an interview Meghan gave to Best Life magazine, she expressed optimism for the future. “Other bucket-list items: I want to travel more, and I can’t wait to start a family, but in due time,” she said.
Meghan gave an interview to Lifestyle Magazine the same year she met her prince, expressing optimism about her family’s future. “Balance is key, and while I’m happy with my job and fortunate to travel the world and see a lot of incredible things, it will also be comforting to be anchored to something stable and in the same location. A wonderful aspect of that will be raising a family, she said.
Meghan has been candid and open about her experience as a parent.
The Duchess spoke to the media before introducing baby Archie to the world at St. George’s Hall in Windsor. The first-time mother gushed, “It’s magic, it’s pretty amazing,” alongside her husband Harry. “I have the two best guys in the world, so I’m really happy,” she continued.
Meghan shared her personal story in an open letter to support the US-wide movement for paid parental leave.
“My husband and I welcomed our second child in June,” she wrote. Like any good parent, we were ecstatic. Like a lot of parents, we felt overburdened.
“Like fewer parents, we were spared the harsh choice of staying at home with our child during those crucial first few months or returning to work. We were confident that we could bring her home and give our children and our family our undivided attention during that crucial (and sacred) stage.