While the royal couple just marked 100 days together as newlyweds, no doubt fans of the Sussex couple will eagerly be awaiting the announcement of a new little lad or lass into the royal family fold. The excitement over Meghan’s potential Lindo Wing delivery (like sister-in-law Kate Middleton) is giving royal watchers all the feels. While many have speculated the newly minted duchess will wait until after the busy royal tour down under to get pregnant, nevertheless, bump watch has begun.

Meghan Markle having fun with Jessica’s daughter Ivy Mulroney

The duchess already has tons of experience with practicing motherhood by watching her children’s kids. She’s very close with BFF Jessica Mulroney and her daughter Ivy and loves spending time palling around with toddlers.

And in recent news: Meghan and Harry have added a Labrador puppy to their family. So, naturally, a baby must be next!

What will Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan include in their baby nursery? While we can only speculate–we imagine the little one will be living a life of luxury and partaking in the finest baby goods available.

Here’s 7 Things We Will Definitely See in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby nursery:

  1. An Extravagant Crib

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will want their wee little one to spend the night only dwelling in the finest linens and luxurious bedding. Undoubtedly, they will have night nannies and staff to help take care of their bundle of joy so they will likely want a room dedicated to the youngster that is fitted with all the frills and is comfortable for family and visitors.

Julienne Crib in Grey Mist, Bed Bath and Beyond, $599
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2. A Beautiful Bassinet

A toile ‘Palace of Versailles’ pattern along with ruffles and bows gives this charming and high-end bassinet a luxe look. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will want their child to feel perfectly content and comfortable in their cottage (or palace) home, thus, a regal and sophisticated bassinet is a must.

 

Harriet Bee Baby Bassinet, Wayfair, $85.99
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3. A Modern Changing Table

Meghan Markle’s former Toronto townhouse was filled with modern, chic and neutral pieces with a lot of stark white furnishing and decor. Since Meghan loves things to look simple and clean, she will likely want to keep the baby’s room uncluttered and ultra-organized. This dramatic and decorative changing table could fit Meghan’s design aesthetic and still blend into any castle decor.

Changing Dresser, Joss & Main, $717
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4. A Regal Rocking Chair

A velvet tufted rocking chair will be perfect for late nights and lullabies. Harry and Meghan will want something sophisticated for the baby room but still practical and functional. This luxe glider would be perfect for a royal nursery.

 

 

Velvet Rocking Chair, Joss & Main, $289
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5. A Basket Fit for a Prince

When Kate Middleton was expecting her first child Prince George, back in 2013, the duchess was spotted shopping for nursery essentials like a traditional Moses basket. No doubt, Harry and Meghan will follow the lead of the Cambridge family and opt to purchase a Moses basket set.

Palm Moses Basket with Blanket, Neiman Marcus, $495
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6. A Majestic Mirror

Meghan Markle’s pre-Sussex style was very contemporary and the newlywed loved mirrors, plants and big coffee table books as her decorative accent items of choice. She will likely continue the trend and make the baby’s room filled with natural outdoorsy elements mixed with modern classics like a fairytale-esque oversized mirror with a slightly whimsical and vintage vibe.

 

French Style Mirror, One King’s Lane, $2485
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7. An Elephant

Since Prince Harry is very involved with elephant conservation and Duchess Meghan has been spotted in an elephant bikini as well as carrying an elephant phone case, it’s very likely the duo will decorate their children’s rooms with elephant-inspired items.

 

 

Elephant Sphere Lamp, Barney’s New York, $230
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