Meghan Markle sparked pregnancy rumors after she skipped the Super Bowl LVI. The Duchess of Sussex's husband, Prince Harry, was present at the event with his cousin, Princess Eugenie.
Meghan Markle Pregnant And Skips Super Bowl 2022?
Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie tried to keep a low profile at SoFi Stadium on Sunday. The royal cousins attended Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles. They were photographed sitting next to each other in a private suite. Both were wearing black face masks. The Princess of York also sported a blue cap.
Meghan Markle was noticeably missing during the sighting prompting many Sussex fans to ask where the duchess was. Several netizens speculated that she is pregnant and decided to skip the event.
"Why would Eugenie receive the tickets? They were clearly offered to Harry, but Meghan wasn't interested in going! Maybe she's pregnant!" one commented on Twitter.
"Is Meghan pregnant again?? [thinking emojis] where's she??" one asked, wondering where Markle was.
"With Harry's history to get M pregnant every year since their wedding it's understandable to have this thought," another added.
"@austral_taur Predicted Meghan is pregnant and I believe," another added.
"streets is saying Meghan at home pregnant," a different user wrote.
Another netizen said agreed with the rumors that Markle is pregnant. The online user noted that whenever Markle disappears, she "always comes back pregnant." The Twitter user pointed out Prince Harry and Markle's" plans to only have two maximum children, but she's seeing the royal couple having three children, suggesting that another one might be on the way.
Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Family Plans
Several sources claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are enjoying their lives as parents to their son Archie, 2, and 7-month-old daughter Lilibet. While the netizens are hoping to see another baby from the royal couple, Prince Harry already said that he only wants two children "maximum."
Prince Harry sat down with activist Jane Goodall in 2019. They talked about the environment and the first-time dad acknowledged that his attitude toward the planet changed after his son Archie's arrival.
Goodall cautioned him about the number of kids, saying, "not too many." Prince Harry agreed, responding, "two, maximum," CNN reported.
"But I've always thought: this place is borrowed," Prince Harry went on. "And, surely, being as intelligent as we all are, or as evolved as we all are supposed to be, we should be able to leave something better behind for the next generation."
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