Meghan Markle continues to not conform to The Royal way of life by planning a post-baby soiree. The Duchess of Sussex recently gave birth to little Archie Harrison just a little less than a year after her much-watched wedding.
Since the May 6th birth, Meghan has been laying low and caring for her newborn. Prince Harry has also been working a reduced schedule in order to bond with his son. Though it also seems that Meghan has also been planning a party on American soil in her free time. She wants her American friends to meet her baby in the next few weeks after she recovers a bit more.
The invite-only celebration would most likely be held at a 5-star hotel and include some of her famous pals like Amal Clooney, Serena Williams, Abigail Spencer, and her Suits co-stars. After having a baby, its only natural to want your closest friends and family to meet your child, especially if you're separated by such a distance. RadarOnline exclusively confirmed that Duchess Meghan has a post-baby meeting party in mind.
While these types of parties have become more common in the US, in the Royal Family, it's a very un-Royal thing to do. An inside source confirmed that this move could ruffle some feathers in the Royal family.
This isn't the first time the Duchess of Sussex has gone all American on her new family. She famously hosted her own baby shower in New York City for all of her Hollywood friends. On her wedding day, she was accompanied by her mother, Doria Ragland, and then walked down the aisle by her father-in-law Prince Charles.
Meghan also declined to have a public birth announcement and didn't pose on the hospital steps after giving births like her sister-in-law Kate. On top if all of that, Meghan Markle is a beautiful bi-racial American actress whose most likely be shaking the Royal family tree since she first started dating Harry. The source goes on to say that the party has to be in America because the Queen would never allow it to be held at Buckingham Palace or any other Royal property.
Meghan made her first public appearance since giving birth at the annual Trooping of the Colour. The event celebrates Queen Elizabeth's birthday every Jue with a huge parade, music, and an air show. The Queens actual birthday is April 21st. Meghan is expected to continue maternity leave for several more weeks.
Did you have a party to introduce your baby to friends? What do you think of them?