Smitten Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are keen to start a family, according to a US magazine report.

However, the happy couple, who will wed in May, are said to have big plans as a couple before welcoming children.

“There is absolutely no pressure on the couple to have children at all,” a palace insider reportedly told Us Weekly.

“Should they not want any, that would be fine. However, both are keen to start a family in the future, but don’t expect anything immediately.”

The pair travelled to Wales on Thursday for their latest royal engagement

The source added: “There is so much they want to do as a couple, and Meghan is really keen to begin working for the British Monarchy.”

During their first joint interview just after they announced their engagement, Prince Harry and Meghan similarly revealed that they plan to start a family in the “near future”.

When asked by the BBC journalist if they were planning to have children, 33-year-old Harry replied with a smile: “Not currently, no.”

Prince Harry and Meghan shake hands with children

Harry added: “No, of course, you know, I think one step at a time, and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future.”

And last April the Royal told the Daily Telegrapah: “Of course I would love to have kids.”

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The pair were given a warm welcome

Meanwhile, the pair travelled to Wales on Thursday for a royal engagement where Prince Harry urged schoolchildren to give Meghan Markle a “group hug”.

As excited kids swarmed around the bride-to-be during a visit to leisure centre Star Hub in Tremorfa, Cardiff, her adoring fiance gave them the go ahead – prompting squeals of delight.

But after clinging onto Meghan for a few seconds, Prince Harry jokingly interrupted.

“And release,” he said, with a smile. “She’s mine!”

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