Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to embrace parenthood once again. The couple broke the news of them expecting their second child on Valentine ’s Day. In the explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan and Harry also announced the gender of the soon-to-be born baby. The couple revealed they are expecting a little baby girl. After their interview that saw a lot of shockinh revelations, the couple’s friend and professional photographer Misan Harriman shared a lovely picture of the would-be parent from their recent maternity photoshoot.
The picture has Meghan Markle with a heavy baby bump holding their first child, son Archie in her arms, while The Prince stands behind her supporting her. Meghan is clicked dressed in a floral printed dress. And, she is beaming with a wide smile. Both the mommy and daddy were seen barefoot in the picture. This black and white picture shared by the photographer, has thoroughly captured the real essence of this moment in the couple’s life. Misan shared this lovely picture on International Women’s Day. Misan penned in his caption, “What wonderful news to celebrate on International Women’s Day! Congratulations my friends, and welcome to the #girldad club H”
Take a look at the picture below:
As per reports in People Magazine, the picture was clicked by Misan with his Ipad. Harry during this interview with Oprah had said, “To have a boy then a girl -- what more can you ask for?” ALSO READ: Meghan Markle Interview With Oprah Winfrey: Queen, Prince Philip Did Not Make Racist 'Dark Colour' Comment About Baby Archie; Prince Harry CLARIFIES
Meghan and Harry stepped down from their duties as senior members of the Royal family in early 2020 and have shifted their base to Southern California. ALSO READ: When Priyanka Chopra Spoke About Friend Meghan Markle Being Subjected To Racism And Called It 'Unfortunate'
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