“They have been busy drawing up a list of baby names, only for girls,” a source told Life & Style.
“Harry is over the moon! He let it slip to pals that double trouble lies ahead,” the insider dished.
“Calling the twins ‘miracle babies’, Harry has never been happier.
“Meghan is thrilled to be pregnant,” adds the source, noting the duke and duchess had been visiting a fertility doctor.
New York obstetrician Amos Grunebaum says: “A pregnant woman’s increased weight and size cannot be used as a definitive indicator of twin pregnancy, but many twin mothers say their quickly growing bellies tipped them off that something may be different with the pregnancy.”
Bookies have suspended bets on Meghan having twins, due to an “abnormal number of wagers”, indicating they have inside information the rumours are true.
“Meghan has talked about wanting twins for a really long time. Her best friend Jessica Mulroney has twins and she’s always said that having a boy and girl would be perfect,” spilled a royal insider.
“I know she talked about IVF and fertility drugs. She knew that falling pregnant at 37 may be a little bit harder and that she didn’t have a lot of time on her hands.”
British obstetrician Professor Teoh, who specialises in multiple births, said given Meghan’s age, there is a 70 per cent chance she could have conceived the twins naturally. “But in the event she had IVF and opted for a single sperm injection, there is a 1-in-100 chance the embryo split into two and they’d have identical twins,” he adds.