Revealing whether he and Meghan were thinking about having children, Harry told the BBC’s Mishal Husain in November 2017, “Not, not currently no.” However, he did repeat his desire to have kids one day, adding, “I think, you know, one step at a time, and hopefully we’ll start a family in the near future.”
But before having kids, Harry and Meghan had to tie the knot. And they did so in lavish fashion, marrying at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel in May 2018. And hundreds of millions of people worldwide were estimated to have watched the ceremony, which cost nearly $42 million.
Meanwhile, following their nuptials, Harry and Meghan did not jet straight off on their honeymoon. Instead, they threw themselves into their royal engagements. And in October 2018 the couple went on an official tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji. The trip was timed with the fourth Invictus Games – a sporting event Harry founded in 2014 for injured veterans – which was being held in Sydney, Australia.