US report: ‘Meghan Markle is pregnant’

The couple's new home has made way for a nursery!

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed on May 19, Queen Elizabeth II gifted the couple York Cottage, located on her Sandringham Estate. But, that wasn’t all Harry’s beloved grandmother gifted the newlyweds.

Her Majesty also gifted Harry and Meghan a second property: Adelaide Cottage – and they plan to live there full-time. 

‘Harry and Meghan were over the moon,’ an insider told OK!. 

‘They love the property and can’t wait to make it their own.’ 

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According to the US publications source, ‘They aren’t wasting anytime!’

The well-placed sources tell OK! that Meghan, 36, and Harry, 33, have already started turning Adelaide Cottage into their dream home, complete with TWO nurseries.

‘Harry and Meghan feel Adelaide Cottage is the perfect place for them to raise a family together,’ dishes a source. ‘But given that they’re rushing to make room for a baby, palace insiders are whispering they could be expecting already!’ 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made no secret of the fact they’re anxious to have children. 

In November, after he proposed to Meghan, Harry confirmed that he ‘would love to be a dad.’ 

The former Suits star echoed his words, once admitting that it’s her ‘dream to start a family.’ 

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Adelaide Cottage is where the couple is hoping to make their family home. 

Found on the grounds of Windsor Castle, the cottage’s location holds a special place in Harry and Meghan’s heart.

‘Windsor is where they got married,’ says the insider, noting that the cottage is just miles from St. George’s Chapel where they exchanged vows.

The cottage also has plenty of space for Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, to come and visit and help out when the children arrive. 

‘It was the greatest gift the Queen could have given them.’ 

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