Meghan Markle NYC baby store Bonpoint opening in Vancouver

Meghan Markle NYC baby store Bonpoint opening in Vancouver

Meghan Markle NYC baby store Bonpoint opening in Vancouver

The Duchess of Sussex was spotted trying to go incognito in New York City on February 18 while on a surprise trip to visit friends!

Once she returns home again later this week, Meghan will then head to Morocco with Harry for an official two-day visit.

'It was just an easy, natural progression.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child (and any other children who follow) will undoubtedly be emersed into both American and British cultures - as the children will be born with both USA and United Kingdom citizenship. We've managed to keep in touch via email and text, and try to see each other whenever we're both in the same town'.

Sources confirmed to Harper's Bazaar that Jessica Mulroney was set to throw a lavish do at an undisclosed Upper East Side hotel, but it's also claimed she joined Meghan at Laudreee in Soho to enjoy macrons and tea.

The outlet reported that the duchess stepped out at the bakery Ladurée Soho with her best friend and stylist, Jessica Mulroney.

Details of the party are being kept private.

About 15 guests are expected to attend the baby shower planned for Tuesday (local time), Harper's Bazaar reports, and Meghan arrived on Friday (local time) for five nights of fun and relaxation with girlfriends.

Meghan's former co-star Abigail Spencer also hinted she was travelling when she took to Instagram stories to post a picture with a suitcase.

And she carried a blue bag suggesting the Markle is having a son.

Meghan's host of celebrity pals including Serena Williams, Amal Clooney and Sarah Rafferty are said to be at the bash.

Meghan is thought to be due to give birth in April. See pics from her outing, and her cute coat, here.

Her Royal Highness was able to stay under the radar until Monday evening when the Mail acquired exclusive photos of Meghan in the city.

Speaking at a Commonwealth youth discussion in London last month, he said: 'As someone who is about to become a father, I am acutely aware of our shared responsibility to make this world more resilient and its inhabitants more accountable for the next generation. The only way to see real progress is not by chance, it's by change'.

Noticias relacionadas

[an error occurred while processing the directive]