The Duchess of Sussex is putting her feet up for some well-deserved rest before her bundle of joy comes.
Meghan Markle has no more scheduled public appearances booked before Baby Sussex makes their arrival in late April/early May. More details on dates and where the Duchess will give birth are expected shortly.
She will continue to take on private meetings like she did on Wednesday with the executive director, Lisa Burger and artistic director, Rufus Norris, of the Royal National Theatre which she is patron of.
Despite her cleared schedule, Markle could make a surprise visit should she feel up to it.
The Duke and Duchess are also expected to make their move to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate from their current home at Kensington Palace before they welcome their first child.
There will be no shortage of things to keep the Duchess busy from the excitement of organising the nursery to planning her future endeavours.
Her mat leave comes at the same time it has been announced that Prince Harry and Markle are to get their own Household this spring. Currently, they have their own office under Kensington Palace which they share with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In due course, the Sussex’s will gain their own Household that will operate out of Buckingham Palace.