AceShowbiz - It's been 5 months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walked down the aisle together in their royal wedding back in May. It appears that the royal couple is eager to start their own family as the two are "trying for a baby," according to a new report.
A source reveals to Us Weekly that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dream "a big family, at least three kids." The new report echoed the previous one which said that "Meghan and Harry are enjoying non-stop baby-making sex at all hours of the day."
Previous report also claimed that the "Suits" vet "has an app on her phone that tracks of her fertility, so when she is most likely to conceive, her and Harry make the most of their time together." The couple was also said to be not wasting time when it comes to love-making session. "That means in the mornings, afternoons and at night, they make time for love with a baby being the goal... and Harry is not complaining at all," added the source.
The two tied the knot at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Their wedding is not the only royal wedding to be held this year as Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are set to exchange vows at the same place on Friday, October 12.
Other royal family members, including Harry and Meghan, are expected to attend the nuptials. However, it's reported that the couple won't be able to stick around for too long and miss some part of Princess Eugenie's upcoming wedding.
Marie Claire claims that Meghan and Harry may have to leave the two-day festivities early in order to prepare for their upcoming trip to Australia. While they may be present at the main ceremony, it's speculated that the Duke and Duchess will have to skip the evening's afterparty and the festival-inspired celebrations on Saturday.
Besides Meghan and Harry, Prince Philip may not be able to attend the wedding. "The Duke of Edinburgh may not go to the wedding, just as he and the Queen did not attend Prince Louis christening in July," said a source. "There's not a three line whip on these family occasions. Not unreasonably, when you consider his age, the Duke of Edinburgh will decide on the morning of the wedding if he's going to be there. He now very much operates on a 'wake up and see how I feel' basis."