Their latest post is a personal "thank you" to well-wishers who have made donations to four charities, in lieu of gifts for the couple's forthcoming baby. Harry and Meghan have reportedly decided they don't want to hire a nanny when their baby comes along.
While many expected the Duchess of Sussex to follow in the footsteps of Kate Middleton and Princess Diana when it came to welcoming her child - by delivering the baby at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital and introducing the newborn to the world with a photo call outside - Meghan and Prince Harry recently announced that they'll be keeping the exact plans private.
Ever since his marriage to Meghan Markle back in May 2018, Harry has been exuding happiness and joy, and yes, we think it's all because of his wife. And on behalf of The Duke and Duchess (and Baby Sussex), we thank you so much", the message continued before concluding with, "You made this happen. And at the very least, the Cambridge couple can give Meghan and Harry some advice on how to best handle an infant.
Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, where the Countess of Wessex gave birth to her children, has also been suggested as it is close to Meghan and Harry's new house.
Another post highlighting the money charities received in honor of Baby Sussex said Little Village HQ's team was "re-energized" as a result of the donations. Whether a $5 donation, £1000 contribution, offering to volunteer, or spreading the word - you've played your part.
"@Baby2Baby have received over 5,000 products to disperse to children in need, including cribs, books, backpacks, diapers and have received monetary donations from around the globe - from Guadalajara to Italy".
The Duchess of Sussex is expecting her and Prince Harry's first child in the coming weeks and has been enjoying maternity leave at her new home on the Windsor Estate, Frogmore Cottage.
Details regarding the birth of the newest royal baby have been kept under wraps per the couple.
"Given Harry and Meghan's senior positions within the royal family, at some stage they are going to have to bring someone into their home to help", Arbiter said.
We are not likely to see the Duchess again until after the royal baby is born now.
A source told the Express, "Meghan and Harry have clear ideas on how to bring up their children".