10 Things To Know If You’re Over 35 And Planning To Get Pregnant

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are set to become parents for the first time, and while we cannot wait to see that adorable bub (or bubs if twins are on the cards), there is one thing that must be taken into consideration.

At 37, Meghan is one of the older royal mums, so the Palace will be taking extra precautions to make sure she has a healthy pregnancy with no complications.

But unlike the rest of us, who don’t have leading specialists and doctors on stand-by, what does it mean if we fall pregnant or are trying to conceive over the age of 35? Fertility expert Dr Joseph Sgroi lifts the lid on what it means to be an older than average mum:

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