Bookies have predicted the Duchess of Sussex will fall pregnant again this year.
Meghan and her husband Harry, the Duke of Sussex, welcomed their first child, son Archie Harrison, on May 6 this year after tying the knot in May last year.
But now, bookmaker Coral said “It’s almost certain” Meghan and Harry will want to have another baby and predict they could announce another pregnancy this year.
They have made 2020 the favourite year for the baby to be announced, though, with odds currently at 5-4.
They also make it 8-1 that the announcement is made this year.
Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead told the Express: “It’s almost certain that Meghan and Harry will add to their blossoming family in the next few years and we think a second pregnancy is most likely to come next year.
“It’s 8-1 for Meghan to announce she is expecting again by the end of the year and whilst the odds may be long you can’t rule it out.”
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born in the early hours of Monday, May 6.
Earlier this week, it was said that Meghan and Harry were in a “state of delight” after welcoming their little boy.
Harry flew to Rome last weekend to take part in a polo match for his charity Sentebale and, according to his polo pals, the doting new dad had a “glow” about him.
Sentebale chairman Johnny Hornby told People: “He is a magnet for children. I didn’t think he could have appreciated children more than he did before, but I have seen a whole new involvement with them now he’s a father.”
Johnny added that Harry’s polo-playing friend Nacho Figueras met “little Archie” the week before and he revealed: “The duke couldn’t take his eyes off of him – nor his hands.”
He added of the couple: “The two of them are just in a state of sheer delight over this birth.”
Meanwhile, it was also reported that Meghan shunned royal tradition with her choice of pram for new baby Archie.
Every royal baby in recent history has been seen in a plush Silver Cross pram.
Meghan, though, had apparently decided to shun the make that’s dubbed the “Rolls-Royce” of prams in favour of a Bugaboo Fox, which costs around £1,200.
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