Just because pregnant Meghan Markle couldn’t make it to Easter Sunday festivities with the rest of the royal family doesn’t mean she celebrated the holiday alone. Once Kate Middleton and Prince William were done with all of their royal duties for the day, they her a visit at Frogmore Cottage and all had a great time together.

“William, 36, and Catherine, also 37, visited because Meghan was unable to attend the service,” a source told Harper’s Bazaar. “They wanted to be supportive and see how she is doing. It was a lovely afternoon.”

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Meghan, 37, couldn’t make it to St. George’s Chapel on Easter Sunday because she is set to give birth any day now. That’s why her mom, Doria Ragland, recently flew from Los Angeles to London to make sure she doesn’t miss the birth of her grandchild. Although Meghan and Prince Harry are keeping details about Baby Sussex’s arrival to themselves, they’ll surely let the public know all about their new kid when the time is right.

“We’ll know in due course when the baby is born. Harry and Meghan made it very clear the birth is going to be private,” Queen Elizabeth’s former press secretary, Dickie Arbiter, recently told Today Extra. “There aren’t going to be any advance notices and they will release any details once they’ve had time to bond with the baby. The birth will come as they said, in late April, early May, and we just need to hold our horses until then.”

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Playing the waiting game will not be easy for royal fans. They recently started a “global fundraiser” in honor of Harry, 34, and Meghan’s baby because they were so excited about the royal couple’s little bundle of joy. In just 24 hours they raised thousands of dollars for the charities that Harry and Meg care about the most. If anything, that just shows how dedicated they are to learn all about the duke and duchess’ new baby!