According to a nameless "palace source," the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to raise children at their go-to weekend hang: their $5.4 million home in the Cotswalds, about two hours outside London.
When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced the news that they were expecting a baby, everyone was overjoyed for them.
The royal couple also visited a school which is focused on improving education of indigenous Australians, and attended a community event in Dubbo, where Harry praised the area's farmers for their endurance in the face of the hardship of the drought.
It was a hectic day of engagements for the popular Duke and Duchess of Sussex. "Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated 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 this happy news with the public".
Asked how she felt about the prospect of Australia becoming a republic, she said: "I'm dead against it".
Speaking directly to Meghan and Harry, Samantha apologized for past tension and expressed her excitement for the couple and their baby. "We've had families who can't put food on the table, who can't afford everyday basics, who can't afford water to fill their tanks", she added. She's done so well.
Though we don't know Gibbons's feelings on being told she's Markle's mini-me, her mom, Rachelle Gibbons, suggests that the 9-year-old is pretty darn excited. And if you'd rather make like the koala, don't worry - this is the last time you'll hear about the royals from Junkee this week. They both spent some time chatting with the dog's little owners while petting him.
It was a power move, to be honest, much like that of a koala which yesterday responded to the royal touch by looking incredibly, comically unimpressed. No wonder she's feeling a bit exhausted! "She said she was anxious about the bananas, that she'd put too many bananas in it".
Van Dartel, who went to the airport along with some of the students from her school, said there wasn't a dry eye in the house when the broadcast aired. "The fact she left the pub that day and never spoke to you ever again".