Sound the royal trumpets, because the Fab Four were united once again.
According to multiple sources, including royal reporter Omid Scobie, Kate Middleton and Prince William paid a visit to the nesting Meghan Markle and Prince Harry days before she's set to give birth to their first child.
The soon-to-be aunt and uncle called on the expecting mom and dad on Easter Sunday, April 21. The Cambridges stopped by Frogmore Cottage, the Sussexes’ new home, after attending Easter Sunday church services with Queen Elizabeth.
“William and Catherine visited because Meghan was unable to attend the service,” a source told Bazaar. “They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing. It was a lovely afternoon.” What we’d do to be a royal fly on that vegan-paint-covered wall…
A video of Kate’s impeccable curtsy to Queen Elizabeth as she passed by into the church surfaced after Easter, which is so not a big deal, as Kate’s a protocol pro by now. But it wasn’t just an Easter curtsy…it was also a happy-birthday curtsy. Her Majesty turned 93 on April 21.
Then, four days later, Kate and Harry were reunited at Westminster once again for Anzac Day Services on April 25. The in-laws rolled up to Westminster Abbey together looking like ol’ chums (see ya, William-Harry feud rumors!) for the solemn occasion, which is a national day of remembrance for Australia and New Zealand honoring the armed forces landing at Gallipoli during World War I.
So does the in-law visit mean that baby Sussex has already arrived, and the parents are keeping it a secret? Our guess is no, since the palace announced they’d give a heads-up when Markle went into labor. However, they also said the family would have time to celebrate privately for a few days (no big Lindo Wing reveal this time).
Only time (and the bombardment of all the news alerts and @SussexRoyal post notifications we set up) will tell.