Megan Markle fans have gone wild with baby excitement after a royal expert said the Duchess could soon be announcing baby number two.
The Duke and Duchess, who welcomed baby Archie in May, have a busy schedule ahead this autumn as they head back to royal duties.
But as well as their planned official visit to Africa, royal expert Melanie Bromley said they could also be announcing more baby news soon after their return from the trip.
When asked by fans whether hopes for another royal baby could become a reality, E! Chief correspondent Melanie said: "I do, and I think it will be really soon.
"I think she will be pregnant by this time next year.
"They have Africa in the fall, which will keep them really busy, so after that."
Her prediction has been reflected in a flurry of bets being placed with Coral over the past few days over a second baby announcement, reports the Express.
Company spokesman Alex Apati said: "We have been inundated over the last few days with bets on Harry and Meghan having a second baby in 2020, and as always with gambles of this kind, there is seldom smoke without fire.
"Baby fever could soon be taking over the Royal Family once again and despite only giving birth a matter of weeks ago, we wouldn't be surprised if Harry and Meghan have the bug."
Meghan has kept life strictly private since the arrival of Archie.
Earlier this month, Harry and Meghan
The couple came under criticism for the decision, with some saying they 'wanted it both ways'.
However, last week Meghan was seen holding Archie as she attended a royal charity polo match.
Photos of them hanging out with Kate Middleton, George, Charlotte
Cruel trolls accused her of holding the baby awkwardly and not knowing what she was doing.
Meghan was also seen paying touching tribute to Archie as she attended Wimbledon to watch her good friend Serena Williams play.
The small and subtle chain held a small A pendant.
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