Since announcing her pregnancy back in October, the Duchess of Sussex has continued to keep up with her busy royal schedule, undertaking a two-week international tour, visiting the Hubb Community Kitchen and accompanying Harry on various evening engagements.
And, according to Vanity Fair, Meghan has no plans to change her schedule anytime soon. Royal correspondent Katie Nicholl reports that "Meghan has told aides she wants to work as close to her due date next spring as possible," meaning that the next few months could be pretty busy for the duchess.
Nicholl also revealed that Meghan "is expected to announce a collaboration with at least one more charity by the end of the year".
And, while Meghan and Harry will move away from Kensington Palace quite soon, into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, the royal split is still a topic of discussion. Nicholl writes that, "according to Palace sources, there have been early-stage talks about how the two separate households will operate, though it is not expected that any change will take place immediately."
Per Vanity Fair, Kate also plans to launch "a new campaign to help disadvantaged children in Britain," which continues the work the Duchess of Cambridge has been doing as she focuses on reducing "anti-social behavior, addiction, and mental health" in families.
Regardless of what happens following the palace split, both Meghan and Kate remain committed to the respective charities and causes that they care about.
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