They gave birth to Lilibet and Archie, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children. The Duke of Sussex has provided an answer to the topic of whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would like to have a third child.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had their second child nine months ago. The couple raises Lilibet and Archie (3 years old) in California, where they now live after giving up their regal responsibilities.

In a September 2019 interview with anthropologist Jane Goodall for Vogue, Prince Harry spoke about his desire to have a large family. Archie was four months old when Meghan Markle co-edited the magazine issue that month.

Harry emphasized his worry for the environment to Goodall during their talk, adding, “We must remind everyone that these events are taking place right now. We are now going through this. It’s a frightening scenario.”

How many kids do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hope to have?

The anthropologist said, “So, there is a difference, isn’t there?” Harry continued by talking about his obligations to future generations and his position as a father.

“Now that everything has changed. Surprisingly, I think that because of the people I met and the places I was lucky enough to travel, I have always felt a connection to and a passion for nature. Without a doubt, my perspective has changed. But I always wanted to be certain before I had a child and had any plans to have kids.

“Not too many!” Goodall quickly added while smiling.

“It was just recently brought to our attention. However, I’ve always thought that this is rented space (the world), and we shouldn’t take it for granted. Being as smart as we all are or as advanced as we should all be, we should be able to leave a better legacy for the next generation, said Meghan Markle’s husband.

It seems improbable that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a third child in light of this response. Naturally, assuming the Duke of Sussex’s preferences haven’t changed.