Harry and Meghan Revealed Whether Archie Will Have a Brother or Sister

Elena Nicolaou
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Photo credit: Handout - Getty Images
Photo credit: Handout - Getty Images

From House Beautiful

On March 7, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat down with Oprah for a two-hour long interview in which they opened up about the queen (Meghan said that she's always been "welcoming"), the fact that Archie doesn't have prince title, and their growing family. Among the special's revelations? Whether Archie, the couple's nearly two-year-old son, is getting a baby brother or sister.

Drumroll, please: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting a girl. "To have any child would've been amazing. But to have a boy and a girl, what more could you ask for?" Harry said.

Prior to the interview, people speculated that Markle's pink sapphire cocktail ring hinted that she was expecting a baby girl. Guess the internet was right with their predictions.

The couple confirmed that this will be their last child, going along with previous statements Harry had made about the topic. "Two is it," they said.

The couple has not revealed an exact birth date for their second child, but the baby is expected to arrive in the summer.

Unlike Archie, who was born in London, his sister is expected to be born in California, where the couple is currently living. That means she will be an American citizen at birth. However, the baby is expected to become a British citizen as well.

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