Harry And Meghan Will Face The Biggest Test Of Their Marriage
Is this the biggest challenge that Meghan Meghan and Prince Harry have faced as of yet?
What a year for the Royals. They just can’t get a break from the big news, can they? And the latest groundbreaking news is that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting. Kensington Palace released a statement on October 15 in which they confirmed the news, and since then lots of royal fans and experts have been talking about the upcoming royal.
Jazz Bjelica, in a statement, has said: “Becoming parents for the first time is the biggest test a marriage faces due to all changes couple has to go through when the baby arrives.
“It shows how mature a couple is and how Meghan and Harry will handle it.”
We can’t wait for the baby’s arrival, but there is the fact that the newborn will bring as many challenges to the couple as joy. For one, there will be an almost complete loss of personal space and time as husband and wife dedicated to each other. Another expert, Clarissa Bloom, says: “A baby can form a number of challenges and changes, both exciting and daunting in equal measure, therefore the structure and support within a relationship is critical.
“Childbirth is beyond tiring, which can lead to some tension.
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“Meghan and Harry might not have faced any major relationship issue and argument considering how young their marriage is, therefore they will have to see how they handle the late nights and lack of sleep.”
One good thing is that now with a child both Meghan and Harry will spend lots of time watching cartoons, which shouldn’t be that bad for them, as they both revealed they loved Disney movies.
Another part that will undergo severe change is…the royal sex life. Ms. Bloom says: “The sex life takes an inevitable nosedive in most cases.
“This doesn’t have to be true, however especially straight after birth this will most likely be the case.
“Both Meghan and Harry need to be patient and wait till they are both ready, but communication is critical.”
Ms. Bloom also stated that Meghan and Harry won’t be alone in this, as they will get tons of help from the staff and family, which will make the transition to parenthood much easier.
She said: “They are highly fortunate to be in a position where there is a large amount of support available, both with staff availability, financially and a lack of stressful obstacles.”
But even with all the money, status and help, nothing can prepare them for the journey that is parenthood. But we think they will do a great job.
Ms. Bloom added: “With this in mind, the relationship won’t change for Prince Harry and Meghan the way it might for others, however, it will certainly evolve.”
The couple just got back from a 16-day overseas tour, they’re first as a married couple, where they visited Australia, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. The announcement that the Duchess was pregnant came when they started their tour. In the statement announcing the duchess’ pregnancy, the royal household said: “Their Royal Highnesses are very pleased to announce the Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in Spring 2019.
“Their Royal Highnesses very much appreciate all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share their happy news.”
The news came five months after the fairytale that was Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding day.
Kensington Palace added: “The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted for the couple and were able to congratulate them on Friday at the wedding in person.
“Ms. Doria Ragland is very happy about the lovely news and she looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild.”