Meghan Markle’s BFF could be on her way to meet baby Archie for the first time

Is Meghan Markle 's BFF on her way to meet baby Archie for the first time?

Canadian fashion stylist Jessica Mulroney took to Instagram to reveal that she's packing for a very special trip with her daughter.

Jessica shared an adorable snap of her five-year-old daughter Isabel crouching down on the floor beside two matching pairs of shoes.

She asked her fans: "Packing for our first Mother/Daughter. Are matching shoes too much?"

Her pals rushed to tell her that it definitely wasn't too much, and some commented on how special the unspecified trip would be.

One said: "Will be a very special trip for both of you!"


While another said: "K tell her I miss her so much," perhaps making reference to Meghan.

One commented: "Just perfect! I’m screaming with excitement for you and Ivy too"

Others who guessed the motive behind Jessica's trip was the meet the latest royal could barely contain their excitement.

One said: "I hope your heading to London to meet Archie"

And another asked her: "Are you going to visit Archie?!?!?!"

Former Suits actress Meghan, 37, welcomed her first child with Prince Harry , 34, on May 6.


Jessica, who also shares twin sons Brian and John with husband Ben, is thought to have become close friends with Meghan while the Duchess was living in Toronto for her work on TV show Suits.

She attended Meghan's wedding and baby shower, and her daughter, nicknamed Ivy, played a major role in the royal wedding as a flower girl.

Jessica's twin sons were also part of the big day, acting as page boys for Meghan. They were even given the special task of holding the bride's train.


Jessica admitted she'd been struck by baby fever just hours after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their baby boy.

The 39-year-old posted a sweet snap of herself posing with a friend's little boy, who she was styling for a wedding.

Tagging her husband, she said: "I have baby fever @benmulroney"

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