Meghan's mother has spent the past couple of weeks helping her daughter and Harry with their newborn in the UK.
The Duchess of Cambridge is having a busy week. Having spent the last few days giving the royal family a sneak peek at her Back to Nature Garden, which the Duchess created with landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White for this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the mum-of-three made a surprise appearance at the Queen's annual garden party at Buckingham Palace. Standing out in pastel pink, Kate donned a new Alexander McQueen double-breasted coat dress with pleated skirt.
The floral designer dress was first worn by the Duchess of Kent to the royal wedding last May.
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"I can understand that people are nervous about asking for help for fear of judgement, and how that sense of isolation can quickly become overriding and debilitating for any new parent.”
The Duchess of Cambridge today said children need to be encouraged to connect more with nature and less with social media as she toured Chelsea Flower Show. Kate spent time playing with schoolchildren in the woodland-themed garden she helped design at the event. The duchess, dressed casually in beige culottes, a £255 broderie anglaise blouse and white trainers, climbed a ladder into the garden’s centre-piece - a high platform tree house, and sat on a tree stump during her visit.
The soon-to-be newlyweds will tie the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor on May 18, 2019.
One historian says Meghan is “incredibly powerful” and that the Royal Family should take notice of her influence, if they don’t already.