As we shared, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are immensely grateful for your kindness in anticipation of their baby. Those charities include The Lunch Box Fund, Little Village, Well Child and Baby2Baby. "YOU chose to be part of the collective good, and you have made a real difference", the message read on the Sussex Royal Instagram account.
However, as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have revealed that the birth of their child will be kept private until they're ready to share their news with the world, it could be weeks until we know exactly when the new heir is born.
Their latest post is a personal "thank you" to well-wishers who have made donations to four charities, in lieu of gifts for the couple's forthcoming baby.
She says: "If the child had been in the special baby care unit or anything, which lots of babies for a short time have to be in, they would all have to be explained because there is a sense that in a day or two days, there will be this photo opportunity".
Additionally, the same post referenced both American and British currency, writing, "Whether a $5 donation, £1000 contribution, offering to volunteer, or spreading the word - you've played your part".
According to Entertainment Tonight, the first clue to Baby Sussex's gender came during Markle's baby shower in New York City. The page once again wrote of Baby2Baby, writing that it was able to disperse "diapers" to over 5,000 children in need, but in the United Kingdom diapers are referred to as "nappies".
Despite the above instances, the @SussexRoyal account does frequently use British spellings and terms, but that hasn't stopped fans from speculating!
Within just six hours of its launch earlier this month, the glamorous royal couple's account had hit one million followers - an Instagram record.
A royal insider told New Idea magazine, "There's all sorts of talk in royal circles that Meghan and Harry have already had the baby".
The Sussexes' recent appearance on social media comes just ahead of the arrival of their first child.
While Frogmore Cottage is not quite a palace, the renovated Windsor home is, by all means, a royal residence. "He's been doing everything he can to put Meghan at ease".
He is said to have formed a close bond with daughter-in-law Meghan.