Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will, reportedly, no longer expand their family following Lili’s birth.
A U.K-based charity recognized Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s choice to have two children only.
On Population Matters’ official website, the charity awarded Meghan and Prince Harry a special award for saving the environment. It believes that having two children will help the environment in terms of supplying the needs of the population.
“In choosing and publicly declaring their intention to limit their family to two, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are helping to ensure a better future for their children, and providing a role model for other families,” the organization said.
The award solely recognized the Duke of Sussex’s statement during his interview with Dr. Jane Goodall for Vogue in 2019. At that time, he discussed fatherhood and said that he planned to have two kids “maximum.”
He also opened up how his travels around the world as a then-working member of the royal family helped him realize the importance of saving the environment.
Per Prince Harry, meeting people around the globe helped him establish a connection with nature. Since then, he sees the world differently now.
Why limiting to two kids can help the environment
In the same post, Population Matters also noted how Prince Harry knew that limiting births can help the environment.
According to the royal prince, everyone “should be able to leave something better behind for the next generation.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were among the honorees who received the recognition ahead the World Population Day. The awards are given to individuals and organizations for their contribution to promoting reproductive rights.
The winners will receive $695, and the amount will be donated to the charity of their choice.
Meanwhile, this contradicted what numerology predicted about them.
According to Heather James of Mogul Matchmakers, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are extremely compatible.
“They definitely have a past life connection. They’ll also work brilliantly in business together,” he said. “I predict that they will have a third child in three years’ time too – their numbers say it all.”
The Sussexes currently reside in their million-dollar home in Santa Barbara with their kids Archie and Lili. It remains unknown what will happen to the award if ever they happen to have a third child.
Still, Heather noted that Meghan is a “four,” and the people under that number are restrictive.
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