Meghan and Harry latest – Meghan PREGNANT rumours as bookies slash odds on couple announcing new baby in January

Meghan and Harry latest – Meghan PREGNANT rumours as bookies slash odds on couple announcing new baby in January

October 29, 2020

BOOKIES have slashed the odds on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announcing they’re expecting another baby in January. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are parents to one-year-old son Archie, but have said they are keen to have more children. 

Bookmaker Coral currently have odds on, at 4-5, that Meghan and Harry will tell fans they are expecting a second child by the end of 2020, while Ladbrokes odds are 5/4. 

Coral's Harry Aitkenhead said: "It seems certain that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will add to their family and we make it odds on they announce before the end of the year that they are expecting.”

Last year, Prince Harry revealed he wants more kids as he spoke with conservationist Jane Goodall in the Q&A.

Follow all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…

  • John Hall

    FEELING POSITIVE

    Prince Harry said he feels optimistic for the future while he spoke with Patrick Hutchinson.

    “There's lots of work to do. But I genuinely feel as though the world is actually very much heading in the right direction,” he said.

    “But, inevitably, a lot of the pain has to come to the surface before we can actually turn the page and start the new chapter.”

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    HARRY 'DIDN'T KNOW OF UNCONSCIOUS BIAS'

    Prince Harry says he didn't know unconscious bias existed until he married Meghan Markle and 'walked a day in her shoes'.

    In a new interview, the royal said it wasn't until he was “living a day or a week in my wife's shoes” that he was able to understand the term.

    The Duke of Sussex, 36, spoke about racism in an interview with BLM activist Patrick Hutchinson for GQ magazine.

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    FINDING FREEDOM

    Finding Freedom, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, is a tell-all about the Sussexes experience when they quit as senior royals.

    The book's description says: “With unique access and written with the participation of those closest to the couple, Finding Freedom is an honest, up-close, and disarming portrait of a confident, influential, and forward-thinking couple who are unafraid to break with tradition, determined to create a new path away from the spotlight, and dedicated to building a humanitarian legacy that will make a profound difference in the world.”

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    PRIVACY BATTLE

    Meghan Markle will find out today if the High Court will delay her privacy battle amid claims she is trying to avoid the witness box.

    The Duchess of Sussex is suing the publisher of the Mail on Sunday for publishing a letter she wrote to her estranged father Thomas Markle.

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    PRINCE ANDREW TO MISS QUEEN'S FAMILY CHRISTMAS DINNER

    Palace chiefs are drawing up plans for the Queen's 'rule of six' family Christmas dinner – that could see Prince Andrew getting the chop.

    The Queen usually hosts up to 30 family members at Sandringham for Christmas but like millions around the country is faced with Covid-19 restrictions.

    Royal aides have written contingency plans restricting the 'Christmas six' alongside the Queen to Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla and William and Kate, it is claimed.

    A source told The Sun on Sunday: “There are contingency plans in place just in case the Covid-19 restrictions and rule of six still apply at Christmas.

    “The Queen has insisted that she will abide by the rule of six but intends to go ahead with spending a family Christmas at Sandringham.”

    More on the story here

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    GENERAL ACCUSES HARRY OF TURNING BACK ON MARINES

    A top general has accused Prince Harry of turning his back on the Royal Marines after quitting his military role – Captain General of the Marines – as part of the Megxit deal.

    Major General Julian Thompson, who led 3 Commando Brigade during the 1982 Falklands War, said Harry needs to take the job seriously and be as “accessible as his grandfather was”.

    He told the Mail on Sunday: “I’m not trying to give him a lecture, but he has to take the job seriously and not just say, 'Well, I’m still the Captain General and I’m going to live in Los Angeles and never visit the UK.'

    “It’s wrong. You can’t do that. He is expected to attend events and be around and be as accessible as his grandfather was.”

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    HARRY AND MEGHAN 'FORKED OUT $400 AN HOUR TO RECORD PODCAST'

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “forked out $400-an-hour to record a mental health podcast at a luxury beachfront mansion” instead of their own £11m home, it has been claimed.

    To promote the episode, the hosts shared a photo of the royal couple taken during the recording – where they're sitting in front of a stone fireplace and wearing face masks.

    Although royal fans initially questioned whether the couple had shared another glimpse inside their "forever home", the Daily Mail claims the podcast was actually recorded at a beachfront mansion a short drive down the road.

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    LINE OF SUCCESSION

    Prince Harry is currently sixth in line to the throne, following Prince Charles, Prince William, and the three Cambridge children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. 

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    PRINCE HARRY WAS 'PUSHED OUTWARDS' BY ROYAL FAMILY

    A royal biography has claimed Prince Harry was “pushed outwards” by the Royal Family.

    Robert Lacey, a historian and author of Battle of Brothers, said Harry received poorer treatment than his brother William.

    The author said: “When they are born and are young and children, the spare is always so close to the centre of things and it is their destiny, through life, to be pushed ever outwards.”

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    PRINCE CHARLES COULD HEAL ROYAL FEUD, EXPERT CLAIMS

    The tense feud between Princes William and Harry could be healed by their father, according to a palace expert.

    Royal biographer Lacey Roberts has now claimed that Prince Charles is the “obvious person” to help the brothers mend their relationship.

    He told US Weekly that although Prince of Wales had not involved himself so far, he hopes “that behind the scenes, Charles is at work mending the fences and building the bridges.”

    He also said their rift could “take some time” to be healed.

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