After welcoming their first child Archie Harrison, Prince Harry and Meghan hinted on their plans for future children. While talking to media, Prince Harry shed light on various aspects in a candid interview.
He said: “What we need to remind everybody is: these are things that are happening now. We are already living in it. We are the frog in the water and it’s already been brought to the boil. Which is terrifying,”
He added, “I view it differently now, without question. But I’ve always wanted to try and ensure that, even before having a child and hoping to have children…”
The reporter reminded him to not have “too many children” to which the Duke of Sussex responded, “Two maximum”.
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