Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Want to Have Children 'Pretty Soon' After Royal Wedding
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In related news, the 33-year-old British prince and the former 'Suits' star reportedly will not be having a prenuptial agreement prior to their May wedding.

AceShowbiz - Prince Harry and his future wife Meghan Markle seemingly don't want to wait long to have kids. A new report suggests that the 33-year-old British royal is keen to expand his future family with the "Suits" alum following their highly-anticipated royal wedding in May.

"My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding," royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, March 20. "He's made no secret about wanting children."

Nicholl added, "I think that moment [for Harry] really kicked in when his brother, Prince William, of course, settled down with Kate Middleton. That has definitely gotten Prince Harry pretty broody."

As for Meghan, it seems like the 36-year-old brunette beauty won't be having a problem as a mother. "Meghan is very doting with children," said Nicholl, adding that "she is very maternal and she was thrilled to meet [Prince] George and [Princess] Charlotte." The royal expert went on saying, "I think one of the lovely things, anecdotes that I discovered [while writing] the book was, it was actually a moment involving children, when Meghan really fell for Prince Harry."

"The reason he wanted Meghan to meet Prince George and Princess Charlotte was so she could see that -- this would be hopefully replicated by them, that they would go on to have children," she continued. "That you marry into the royal family, but that doesn't mean you can't have a regular family with cute children, and here are George and Charlotte to show that that can happen. That was really important to him."

Meanwhile, it is said that Harry and Meghan won't be having a prenuptial agreement. While prenup is pretty popular in the U.S., arranging a prenup has never been "a British thing." A royal author also adds to PEOPLE that "Historically, members of the royal family have not had them."

BBC states that prenups can't be legally enforced in the U.K. courts. They don't have as much weight as they normally would have in America. However, judges will still consider them during a divorce trial.

Meghan and Prince Harry are scheduled to tie the knot on May 19 at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. The nuptials will begin at 12 P.M. U.K. time or 7 A.M. EST with The Right Rev. David Conner, the dean of Windsor, conducting the wedding service. Meanwhile, The Most Rev. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, will officiate when the couple takes their marriage vows.

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