Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Giving Extra 'Attention' To Son Archie, Who's 'Very Excited' For His Sister's Arrival, Shares Source
Family of four! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are counting down the days until they welcome their daughter this summer, but no one is more pumped for the baby's arrival than their son, Archie, who turns 2 on May 6.
"Archie knows he’ll be a big brother soon and is very excited to help," a source spilled to Us Weekly.
However, the parents "are a little worried now that they will have two kids around versus just one," so they're doing their best "to give Archie all the attention he can handle right now."
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The couple announced on Valentine's Day that they were expecting. The happy news came after Meghan suffered a miscarriage the summer before.
During their interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry confirmed they were having a daughter — and once she's born, their brood will be complete.
"Just to have a boy and a girl, what more can we ask for? We’ve got our family," he gushed. "We’ve got, you know, the four of us and our two dogs, and it’s great."
As they await their little girl's arrival, Harry has been going above and beyond to make sure the pregnant actress is comfy and content.
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"Harry is helping out around the house," an insider spilled. "He’s always such a supportive partner, but when Meghan is pregnant, Harry takes on the brunt of physical responsibilities, cooking for her and making her comfortable."
On April 21, the pregnant Suits alum was photographed walking around with their son in California.
Meghan's baby bump was visible as she carried around the adorable tot, who was dressed in a black beanie, sweater, jeans and sneakers.
The doting mom wore a face mask and also toted his lunch box, while Archie had a green backpack strapped on.
This pregnancy has "been a little easier than the last in terms of less morning sickness," a source told Us Weekly. "[She] is feeling much better this time around.”