The Cambridges will reportedly visit with Harry, Meghan Markle, and baby Archie some time this week, but there's been talk about why it hasn't happened yet, and whether or not it's because Meghan is being hard because you're supposed to throw open your home to people days after giving birth.
Meghan's mother is said to have a suite inside the couple's lavish home and will be a "frequent" visitor though she is not expected to abandon her US-base.
As for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, they're enjoying parenthood one day at a time.
The Sunday Times royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah tweeted about the significance of the photo backdrop: "To mark Mother's Day in the USA, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have released this picture of baby Archie's feet against a backdrop of forget-me-knots, Diana, Princess of Wales's favorite flowers".
Mr Chalmers said: "He said it's awesome but it's hard work". The visit took place after Harry returned from a day of engagements in Oxford where he spoke about being a new father, saying he now can't imagine life without his son. On Tuesday Archie finally got to meet his uncle and aunt, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who visited him at Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle.
Meghan has been quick to learn the ropes and has carried out hundreds of engagements in that time, including around 76 alone on her first major overseas tour in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand - all while newly pregnant. "I said, "You must be totally in love with him". He then pointed at his wife and added, "and you as well".
"William and Harry will want their children to know their cousins and do things together, so they will work harder at their relationship". They have only had a few vistors since Archie's birth on May 6.
"I'm very pleased to welcome my brother to the sleep deprivation society that is parenting!"
Referring to her 10-week-old daughter, Ida said: "Harry asked me if she was over the stormy period as babies are supposed to be grumpy for the first 10 weeks - and she is".