Meghan Markle & Serena Williams Have Girls’ Night Out After NYC Baby Shower


Royal reporter Omid Scobie confirmed in Harper's Bazaar that Markle landed in NY on Friday for a five-day girls' trip, its grand finale being an exclusive baby shower for 15 friends on Tuesday.

She also carried a fun black-and-red clutch and wore thick gold hoops.

Meghan Markle is being feted with a baby shower fit for a princess!

Last month, a group of Meghan's close friends opening up to PEOPLE for the first time about the woman they know and love amid months of negative press in the United Kingdom. A source close to Meghan says that the trip is "a lovely chance to catch up with friends and spend time in a city she loves".

According to Harper Bazaar, about 15 to 20 of Meghan's friends, which includes stylist Jessica Mulroney, designer Misha Nonoo, Suits costar Abigail Spencer and ace tennis player Serena Williams came together for the baby shower.

As the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle's due date is nearing, the mother-to-be celebrated her surprise baby shower in the New York City. Meghan and Priyanka have stayed friends even after being super busy in their individual lives.

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Let's be honest, it would be hard being Meghan Markle.

It's believed her best friend Jessica Mulroney threw the bash in Meghan's honour, despite baby showers not being a royal family tradition.

Turns out this place is super close to Meghan and Harry's new home on the Frogmore estate, so it couldn't be more convenient!

The source added that the trip was planned months ago, and that it's been a "relaxing" visit.

One friend challenged reports that Mr Markle has said he can not contact his daughter, telling the magazine: "He's never called; he's never texted".

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