The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are scheduled to tour the United States and Canada in 2019, and they'll be taking along their new bub.
Vanity Fair's royal correspondent Katie Nicholl reveals a source as saying the royal couple are "keen" to go on tour "as a family."
Nicholl reports that courtiers are in the early stages of planning the tour of both North American countries.
Meghan is reportedly also planning on working “right up to her due date” because she feels “fit and well and wants to continue working as long as possible."
The cities are yet to be confirmed.
On Dec. 19. the Duchess of Sussex carried out her last official engagement before Christmas, meeting retired artists and entertainers cared for at the Royal Variety Charity’s residential nursing home.
Meghan was welcomed to Brinsworth House – affectionately known as the Old Pro’s Paradise – in Twickenham, south-west London, by the charity’s chairman, Giles Cooper.
She chatted briefly to actress Mona Hammond who played Blossom Jackson in EastEnders in the 1990s.
Speaking with retired West End theatre actress Josephine Gordon, 87, Meghan said she was “very good.” She then paused, put her hands on her growing baby bump and added that she was feeling “very pregnant today.”
The royal mum-to-be then asked the resident if she had any children, to which she responded, “No, I had a career.”
Meghan, a former actress herself, replied, “Yes, that I understand.”