Are Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Ready To Start A Family?

posted by Emily Lee - 

Both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been open about their desire to start a family, though they're always vague on their timeline. Which, by the way, is totally normal! That's their business. Many royal watchers, though, believe Prince Harry let a major clue slip that he's ready to start a family with his new bride. What's the clue, you ask? He put his car up for sale. 

The car Harry has let go is an Audi RS6 Avant, which he famously picked Meghan up in for Pippa Middleton's wedding. The car was acquired by the Derbyshire-based car dealership Overton Prestige, and, according to BBC, it's been listed on Auto Trader for £71,900. (If you ever wanted to buy a car used by a Prince, your day has finally arrived.) 

It's a fairly small car, so, internet sleuths believe Prince Harry put it up for sale in order to purchase a larger, more family friendly vehicle. Erin Baker, Auto Trader's editorial director, speculated on Prince Harry's reason behind selling the car: "17 reg and low mileage, so it begs the questions why is the prince selling so soon?... Maybe he's on the market for a bigger family car."

This is obviously all royal watching speculation, so, it must be taken with a grain of salt. During their recent trip to Dublin, the 33-year-old Prince was asked about his and Meghan's plans for starting a family by a well-wisher. He provided quite a cheeky answer to the probing question. "My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children—when are you and Meghan going to get going?" the woman asked the Prince, to which he quickly replied: "Five children? Too many.”

Well, if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed five children they would definitely need a bigger car. Seeing as that's off the table, he could be selling his car for any number of reasons. It's unlikely he'll comment on these rumors, so, royal watchers will just have to wait and see if Prince Harry and Meghan are planning on starting a family in the near future. 

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