Royal baby BOMBSHELL: ‘Prince Harry WANTS a child’ – shock revelation ahead of major tour
Prince Harry “wants a baby” etiquette expert Liz Brewer has claimed, as both he and Meghan Markle prepare to fly across the globe on a whistle-stop tour of Australasia.
The Duchess of Sussex sparked pregnancy rumours last month at the 100 Days to Peace Gala when she stunned in a blue Jason Wu number, which appeared to show a ‘baby bump’.
Unfortunately for Royal fans, the photograph was taken at an unpleasant angle and the ruffles on her dress gave the illusion of the bump.
And despite tying the knot five months ago, etiquette expert Liz Brewer believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will wait before having a baby.
Speaking to Yahoo, etiquette expert Liz Brewer said: “He wants a family, but they’re a young couple, embarking out on life, they don’t actually have to have a family right now.
“What they want to do is they want to get involved in the world at large, in the Commonwealth, she wants to do what she’s doing.”
The presenter quizzed Ms Brewer: “You can do that with children.”
But the etiquette expert responded by saying: “Then the children don’t have the benefit of having you around, which they have at the moment with Kate.”
Ms Brewer is adamant a Royal baby is not the plan for Harry and Meghan at the moment.
She added: “I think the plan is to wait at least a year, maybe longer, before getting pregnant.”
On October 16, Meghan and Harry will travel across the globe on their first Royal tour.
The Duke and Duchess will land in Sydney, Australia on October 16, where they will spend almost a week, before flying to Fiji on October 23 and then to Tonga on October 25.
They will return to Sydney briefly on October 26, before spending their last four days in New Zealand.
Two of the places they will be visiting – Fiji and Tonga – have been classified as having a moderate risk of Zika virus transmission.
The NHS website’s advice for women trying to conceive says: “It is recommended that you avoid becoming pregnant while travelling to an area with high or moderate risk of Zika virus transmission, and for eight weeks after you return home.”
For Prince Harry and other men travelling to areas with high or moderate risk of the virus, the NHS recommends taking precautions for six months.
The Zika virus could, therefore, be one of the main reasons the Duke and Duchess delay their baby plans until next year.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK