And during a recent interview, Oprah Winfrey made it known that she fully supports the Duchess of Sussex's plan to keep the birth of her first child private.
"Oh my God! I'm so proud of her decisions," the 65-year-old told Entertainment Tonight.
"To be able to stand up and say 'this is what I really want for my baby and my family and now I'm going to do it a different way when it's been done that way for a thousand years?'"
Oprah continued: "I'm just so proud of her for being able to stand up for what works for her and Harry, and what is the truth for them, how they want to raise their baby."
The former talk-show host then went on to take a slight swipe at Meghan's sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who chose to keep with royal tradition and appear on the steps of the Lindo Wing just hours after giving birth to all three of her children - something the Sussex's won't be doing.
"Who is ready to walk out and stand before the world and put that face on, you know, a day after you've had a baby?" she said.
"So I think for her and him - I'm sure it was a mutual decision for the two of them - I think it's a great thing."