Meghan Markle's Mom Arrives in U.K. Ahead of Royal Birth

With Doria Ragland in town, is the Duchess of Sussex about to have her baby?

Grandma's here!

Meghan Markle's doting mother, Doria Ragland, has arrived in London, signalling the royal baby is likely imminent. 

Ragland left her home in the View Park-Windsor Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles to fly to be by Meghan's side for the birth. She's reportedly said to have hired a house sitter and dog walker to be on hand to help with her new grandbaby after the birth. 

Photographers captured Ragland's dog walker with her two pups over the weekend. 

Meanwhile, Prince Harry, Meghan's husband, was spotted out at Easter services Sunday, where he kept his distance from his brother, Prince William. 

Harry and William didn't speak to each other on their way into St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle and were separated by their cousin Zara Tindall and her husband.

The frosty appearance came amid reports that the palace is mulling the exile of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Africa, to put some distance between the princes and their wives. 

Royal expert Victoria Arbiter said that there has been some discussion of the potential move.

"There's definitely plans underway ... about what kind of role Harry and Meghan could have and if it's even possible for them to live for a time in Africa," she said.

In a statement, Buckingham Palace didn't outright deny the reports.

"Any future plans for The Duke and Duchess are speculative at this stage," the statement read. "No decisions have been taken about future roles."