While there have been many opinions about why Meghan has chose to opt out of a photocall moment, royal commentator Omid Scobie says that one of the reasons might be because she is "quite nervous" about the birth. She and the Duke of Sussex have elected to keep their baby's arrival private and will announce the birth later once they've had time to celebrate as a family.
The text then explains a break down of how people's donations impacted various organizations including Lunchbox Fund, Little Village HQ, WellChild and Baby2Baby - all of which are aimed toward helping children. It continues, "Their Royal Highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support - the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made!"
In a post praising the public for choosing "to be part of the collective good", they relayed the success of a week-long charity drive and told 4.6 million followers: "You made this happen".
"On behalf of The Duke and Duchess (and Baby Sussex), we thank you so much".
Of course, the person hired will be based at Frogmore Cottage, the Sussexes new home in Windsor that they moved into just a couple of weeks ago.
"The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family", a statement released by Buckingham Palace read.
And how mums-to-be don't want Meghan to give birth at Frimley Park Hospital as they fear she'll nab the best suite.
Will Meghan Markle's baby have a title, and what will he or she be called?
We are not likely to see the Duchess again until after the royal baby is born now. Seventh in line for the throne, behind Prince Harry, the new child under the current decree will not have "His/Her Royal Highness" attached to the name. Would Prince William and Kate Middleton offer to babysit?
Meghan's baby may possibly be a U.S. citizen, too.
She said: "It is something that women do in Hollywood".
Meghan is due to give birth any day now and Samantha has speculated that her "strong-willed" sister may have clear opinions about how to raise her child, reports The Sun.
The 10 lucky babies, along with their parents, will receive a free "royal family" portrait session with renowned photographer Yaron Leshem, whose work is featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.