She will, however, keep pace with her busy schedule, but it will be behind closed doors.
"She's got celebrity friends, her instincts would be perhaps to take the baby to NY and show it off to friends, maybe push against what the royals and the firm and those around her might advise and expect". "If she is to do something public, it would be announced, but there are none that are scheduled".
Dr Amin Gorgy, fertility consultant at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy, said: "Meghan, and older mothers in general above the age of 35, have an increased risk of giving birth early".
The couple are then invited into the officer's mess for the guardsman's lunch, where the longest-serving guardsman proposes a toast to the royals.
As per the announcement, Meghan and Harry will be moving their office to the Queen's residence, Buckingham Palace while Kate and William continue to work out of Kensington Palace. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been the Head of the Commonwealth throughout her reign.
Meanwhile, the Duke of Sussex will be carrying out public duties as usual.
Bookies were forced to slash odds of pregnant Meghan and Harry having twins in April after receiving a flurry of bets last month.
The Royal Foundation, the primary philanthropic and charitable vehicle will remain to have joint patronage by the Cambridges and Sussexes.
However, Meghan and Harry will be living at their new cottage home, Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor later this year.
On the day, the Duke and Duchess will take part in the traditional proceedings.
The rumours of this split began back in 2018, and now, it is official.
Whilst much of the reporting in recent weeks has focused on the bad relationship between Kate and Meghan, the truth is that the relationship between the two brothers has become strained.
The Duchess of Sussex leaves after a visit to Mayhew, an animal welfare charity she is now supporting as patron, at its offices in north-west London.