- Several months after experiencing a pregnancy loss, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly ready to try again to have another baby.
- A source told OK magazine that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were "quite overwhelmed by the outpouring of compassion" following Meghan's essay about her miscarriage.
- "They’ve come out of it stronger than ever," the source said. "They’re determined to put this behind them and try for another baby at the earliest opportunity."
According to OK magazine, the Sussexes are ready to try to become parents again after Meghan's pregnancy loss over the summer. A source told the magazine that, after the publication of Meghan's essay about her miscarriage in the New York Times, she and Harry "were quite overwhelmed by the outpouring of compassion. The sheer scale of messages, electronic and handwritten, was nothing short of astounding."
The source says that the public response to the essay "validated their decision to go public a thousand times over" and brought Harry and Meghan closer than ever.
"Harry has been an absolute rock for Meghan, and vice versa," the royal insider added. "They’ve come out of it stronger than ever. They’re determined to put this behind them and try for another baby at the earliest opportunity. But more than anything else, it’s really underlined how they belong together as soulmates."
We're just happy to hear that Harry and Meghan are healing after their loss.