Meghan and Harry made a surprise visit to an Army wives coffee morning at Windsor last week to show their support for families whose partners are deployed overseas.
Prince Harry has sparked rumours that he and Meghan could be thinking about having a second child after he asked a military wife what it is like to have two children.
The Duke of Sussex and his wife made a surprise visit to an Army wives coffee morning at a Remembrance event in Windsor last week.
The Royal couple attended the event to show their support for families whose partners are deployed overseas.
She said: “Harry was really quite interested in how things were with second children as well, because we both have older children.
“We were trying to encourage him to have a second baby,” she added.
Some royal commentators have noted the questions might be a hint that Harry and Meghan are ready to have a second child.
The Duke of Sussex has previously spoken about how the couple want to have maximum two children in order to minimise their family’s environmental impact.
Military wife Rebecca Roberts was among the women attending the event when Prince Harry and his wife arrived by surprise.
“I cried, I actually cried,” she said.
At the event, Harry and Meghan also said baby Archie is starting to crawl and eat different foods.