"She thinks the world of Meghan", said the insider.
The real star of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's latest tour of Australia was Daphne Dunne.
During an event in January, Meghan, 37, revealed that she was six months pregnant and she is not expected to carry out any more official engagements before the birth.
"I'm hoping that the wonderful organizations supported and represented by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get the exposure and resources they need to carry out their missions", she added.
"Meghan and Harry have gotten mum through this awful illness she's had". Even at the Duchess' own lavish baby shower in February, which was hosted by her friends at a high-end NY hotel, the bouquets of flowers made for the event were donated to Repeat Roses, an organisation that donates flowers to hospital patients.
Other options for Meghan could include another private hospital, or a home birth - as always used to be the custom for royal babies.
Hola! As you know, Meghan Markle is due any day now because it's ~spring~ and the Duchess of Sussex is getting ready for the arrival of baby Sussex.
According to the report, though the queen and Princess Diana didn't have the best relationship, she is said to have approved of her grandson and his wife's name choice.
"She said 'I'm coming to London, can we meet up?' We went to my local pub, I had a couple of pints of real ale, she had a couple of Dirty Martinis and we chewed the fat for a couple of hours". It could be awkward too for Bafta president Prince William.
As for how Dunne made Prince Harry such a big fan?
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"I have not seen this much interest in anybody, not even Kate when she married Prince William".
The duchess is in the process of becoming a British citizen, but it does take a number of years.