Duchess of Sussex returns home for traditional American baby shower

Meghan Markle is in New York City for secret baby shower

Meghan Duchess of Sussex is reportedly in New York City for a secret baby shower

Meghan Markle - who is seven-months pregnant - flew into NY last Friday for a five-night break and lavish private baby shower with some of her closest friends.

Mr Markle dismissed the claims and responded by revealing a deeply personal letter he received from Meghan following the wedding.

Meghan's former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer, who attended her wedding at Windsor Castle in May, also took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to reveal she was travelling, leading many to question whether she was also heading to NY.

Leaving The Mark Hotel in an all-black ensemble, Markle looked elated to be back in the Big Apple for the first time since marrying Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle, despite being the Duchess of Sussex, does not seem to have forgot her original roots.

The 37-year-old was seen lunching with a friend Saturday (Sunday NZ time) at the Soho, Manhattan location of Ladurée, a Parisian-style tea room known for its macarons, according to Us Weekly.

Being that she's generally a more low-key person than Meghan, the Duchess of Cambridge didn't seem to catch almost as much heat as her sister-in-law. "This will be the last time a lot of them will see Meg until after the baby is born so it's nice to share precious moments", the source said. Aww!

Kensington Palace declined to comment on the duchess's break in NY.

"It has been a relaxing visit". Nothing beats face time with your friends, ' the person added.

Hopefully, Kate will come through and throw a sweet and intimate baby shower for her sister-in-law Meghan, which would also prove that there's no rift between the two. "Meg will be flying home refreshed and relaxed and with a lot of new baby clothes", another source told the outlet. Harry's brother, Prince William, and his wife, Catherine, stayed at the Carlyle Hotel in 2014, where Harry and Williams mother, Diana, stayed in 1995.

Speaking to The Sun, expert Victoria Arbert stated that baby showers are outside the norm of the royal family.

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