"Meghan has told aides she wants to work as close to her due date next spring as possible", revealed writer Katie Nicholl, "and she is expected to announce a collaboration with at least one more charity by the end of the year".
A source told Us Weekly that the former actress is keen on her mother moving to the United Kingdom to spend more time with her and the baby, due to be born in the European spring next year, but social worker Doria hasn't given up her home in Los Angeles just yet.
Commenting on the supposed tension between the Royal "outlaws", an insider said: "They are very different women despite their similar circumstances".
Light tensions So far, the couple lives on the grounds of Kensington Palace in London, where Harry's brother Prince William resides with wife Kate and the now three children.
A Paddy Power spokesman said: "An unprecedented amount of bets on Meghan and Harry to have twins has forced us to stop taking bets on the market altogether this morning".
And, in another suggestion of family difficulties, when asked if there were disagreements within the Royal Family, William quipped: "Oh, yes".
The decision to move also comes after reports that Princes Harry and William would have separate courts instead of using Kensington Palace as a joint office.
'Robbie Williams is a lively character, but she worked for him longer than she worked for Meghan, ' a pal tells me.
Royal biographer Robert Jobson claimed in his book Charles At Seventy, which was serialised in this newspaper, that Meghan's wedding preparations were so stressful that Harry became "petulant and short-tempered" with members of staff.
While Harry added: "Working as a family does have its challenges, of course, it does". "The initial plan was for Harry and Meghan to move out of their cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace and into one of the main apartments".
Other royals living at Kensington Palace include Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.