Meghan Markle's second pregnancy is "tougher" than her previous one with son Archie, it has been reported.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan announced they were expecting another baby on Valentine's Day.

In a sweet announcement, a spokesperson for the 36-year-old Duke and 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex shared the happy news in February when they said: “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother.

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

During their bombshell chat with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, the happy couple also confirmed they're having a little girl.

In keeping with royal tradition, they didn't share their due date.

But, according to a report InTouch, Meghan has been struggling to sleep, while also suffering from nausea during her second pregnancy.

The issues have reportedly even led to her having to cancel "a couple of professional obligations", according to the magazine.

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  • An insider told InTouch: "Meghan hasn’t been sleeping, has a lot of nausea and she’s had to cancel a couple of professional obligations.

    "It’s not going as easily as her last."

    Last month Prince Harry appeared at the Vax Live concert, which aims to "celebrate hope as families and communities reunite after receiving the vaccine," and call on world leaders to step up for equitable distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine, alone without his pregnant wife.

    But Megan spoke about her unborn daughter as she called for greater economical protections for women and the distribution of vaccines in a video message to Vax Live in LA.

    She said: "My husband and I are thrilled to soon be welcoming a daughter. It's a feeling of joy we share with millions of other families around the world.

    "When we think of her, we think of all the young women and girls around the globe who must be given the ability and support to lead us forward.

    "Their future leadership depends on the decisions we make and the actions we take now to set them up, and set all of us up, for a successful, equitable, compassionate tomorrow.

    "We want to make sure that as we recover, we recover stronger. That as we rebuild, we rebuild together. Thank you."

    Meghan's representatives have been contacted for comment.

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