The Duchess of Sussex’s mother, 62, was pictured walking her two dogs near her home on Tuesday, according to Mail Online.
When Archie was born, a statement from the palace stated Doria “is overjoyed by the arrival of her first grandchild.”
Meghan and Harry then released a gorgeous photo of them with baby Archie, Doria, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of the photocall at Windsor Castle.
In the lead-up to the birth, there were also claims that Doria could move to the UK permanently, but this is said to not be the case. It’s likely that she will be a regular visit to Frogmore Cottage.
Doria has been by Meghan’s side for every important occasion. She accompanied her daughter in the car during the drive from Cliveden House to St George’s Chapel in Windsor, on her wedding day last May.
She also made a surprise appearance at the launch of the Hubb Community Kitchen cookbook last September, just weeks before Meghan announced her pregnancy.
It’s highly likely that Doria will also be present at baby Archie’s christening.