Priyanka Chopra becomes first follower of Meghan-Prince Harry on Instagram

Priyanka Chopra becomes first follower of Meghan-Prince Harry on Instagram

Priyanka Chopra becomes first follower of Meghan-Prince Harry on Instagram

Larcombe - the author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story - makes the claims in the new TLC documentary titled, Meghan and Harry: A royal baby story.

Some of the scores of royal presents are expected to find a place in the couple's new Frogmore Cottage home.

The Duke and Duchess have taken to their new Instagram account to ask fans to stop sending them gifts and to instead donate to charity.

"The Duke and Duchess remain appreciative for your warm wishes and kindness during this especially happy time in their lives! Thank you Meghan for being the consummate hostess this weekend and still being the #avocadotoast whisperer, YUM!"

The post follows internet trend #GlobalSussexBabyShower which saw people send gifts to the soon-to-be parents.

A football fan has said his Instagram account was given to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex without his permission. The couple have lived at Nottingham Cottage since their engagement previous year. A solo shot was taken just three days after his birth by mom Kate, while Princess Charlotte was on big sister duty for a joint shot in which she placed a sweet kiss on her brother's forehead.

Meghan Markle is reportedly planning a private birth.

Posing for photos outside the Lindo Wing is a royal tradition.

Meghan and Harry were given armfuls of gifts for their baby including more than 90 soft toys from well-wishers ranging from toy elephants and kangaroos to sheep and possums. As she is over 35, she is considered a slightly older mum - which sometimes can lead to some complications.

She replied: "At the moment, we understand that she isn't, she doesn't want to do that, isn't going to do that".

She also travelled on the luxurious Gulfstream G450 twin jet plane to and from NY, with a round trip costing a staggering £98,500.

The young royals also revealed previously unknown details of their trip and the conservation work they undertook in a lengthy caption, which was shared alongside the series of photographs.

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