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Australian mag claims Harry and Meghan split as pair reveal baby news




Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend The Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House

New Idea’s latest issue, which landed on shelves today, declared “It’s all over!” alongside a picture of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their wedding day in 2018 torn down the middle.

It also refers to an “official palace statement” to back up the claim that the the royal couple’s relationship was on the rocks.

The magazine was published as the couple revealed they are preparing to welcome a brother or sister for their young son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.

An online version of the story now redirects to an older article about how Buckingham Palace are trying to negotiate the reversal of Megxit.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child.”

The couple also shared a black and white picture of themselves, sat under a tree, with Harry resting his hand on Meghan’s head as she lay in his lap cradling her bump.

The photo was taken remotely by longtime friend and photographer Misan Harriman.

“To be asked to help share this absolute joy after such an unimaginable loss and heartache is a marker of true friendship,” says Harriman.

“Meg reminded me that had I not introduced her to a mutual friend then she wouldn’t have met Harry. I’m grateful for whatever small part I played.”

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “Her Majesty, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales and the entire family are delighted and wish them well.”

It was noted on social media by fans of the couple that the Valentine’s Day announcement could be a nod to Princess Diana.

“We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother,” the spokesman said, referring to the couple’s son.

/ Missan Harriman/PA

Diana and Prince Charles revealed they were expecting their second child, Prince Harry, exactly 37 years ago today, in 1984.

New Idea has been approached for comment.


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