Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their two kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, reside in Montecito. However, the Duke of Sussex mentioned in an old video from the previous year that he had “five children” and that his family was extremely busy.
Harry made the frank remark while participating in a virtual conference call with the WellChild award winners.
Isabelle Delaney, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD in addition to other health issues, was named the WellChild Awards’ Inspirational Young Person aged 12 to 14 winner. Hope, Isabelle’s assistance dog, has been helpful, and her mother even appeared on screen during the call to explain!
The Prince said, “I tell you what, we all need a dog that keeps us calm,” during the call. Now that I have three in this house. We therefore essentially have five kids.
“I have Guy, a rescue beagle, and Pula, a black Labrador. We also have a second rescue beagle named Mia. And every single day, the three of them run around chasing squirrels and giving us all kinds of trouble. However, when they behave well, they are also emotional support dogs.”
Harry, a father of two, mentioned his children’s activities during a different segment of the call. He said, “Archie is very, very busy and Lili is learning to use her voice which is great.”
Both of the kids seem to be maturing quickly, and based on the Duchess’ interview with The Cut, we know that Archie is excelling academically and is occupied with picking up manners.
Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have any more kids?
The royal couple hasn’t said for sure that they won’t have any more children, but it seems unlikely given their worries about the effects on the environment.
In an interview with Dr. Jane Goodall for Vogue Magazine, the Prince mentioned having two kids at the most. However, I’ve always believed that this place is borrowed. Furthermore, we ought to be able to leave a better legacy for the following generation, given our collective intelligence and evolutionary potential.”