Meghan Markle, Prince Harry 'Keen' To Start A Family, But Not 'Pressured'

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry 'Keen' To Start A Family, But Not 'Pressured'

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry 'Keen' To Start A Family, But Not 'Pressured'

Meghan Markle admittedly had to leave lots behind in order to marry into the royal family.

A source recently told US Weekly that there's also no problem if Prince Harry and Markle decided that they don't want to have any kids.

The royal couple greeted their namesake students.

Meghan Markle carrying a bag from DeMellier London.

The happily-engaged pair greeted hoards of crowds as they stepped out at the historic Cardiff Castle, one of Britain's most popular historical sites.

Prince Harry and Markle are now on an official visit to Wales, where they're celebrating the culture heritage of the small island country.

In the couple's engagement interview, she explained that Harry got down on one knee while they were enjoying a "cosy night" roasting chicken. A visit to Scotland and possibly even Northern Ireland might be expected before the wedding.

The Prince and Ms Markle were visiting the Star Hub to see how sport is being used to engage young people and aid social development.

Prince Harry and Markle attended a Welsh Festival of Culture during their tour of Cardiff Castle, where they met musicians, poets and leading sportsmen and women.

The visit included a stop at Cardiff Castle.

Two children, also named Harry and Megan gave the loved-up royal pair a traditional Celtic love spoon at the visit on Thursday which marked their first trip to Wales together.

First, they plunged into a walkabout, greeting a crowd of well-wishers, many of them children, many waving Welsh flags.

Harry and his bride-to-be, who wore a coat by Stella McCartney and pants by Welsh brand Hiut Denim, responded to the enthusiasm of the crowds by posing for pictures, patiently chatting to young children and accepting gifts.

"Meghan's stylishly severe masculine tailoring and middle-parted hair only emphasised the warmth of her facial expressions, showing she knows how to present her personal charisma to best advantage".

Harry wore a long naval force coat over a lighter blue sweater and clerical and naval force trousers.

The 36-year-old royal-to-be honored the locals by sporting black skinny jeans from the Welsh brand Hiut Denim, and she styled them with velvet round-toed, block-heel Kiki booties from British designer Tabitha Simmons.

So far, the United Kingdom crowds have been loving the royal bride-to-be.

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