It’s happening! Meghan Markle’s baby shower is underway at the Mark Hotel in New York City, and her A-list guests—who happen to double as her girl gang—are all arriving.
First up was Amal Clooney, who single-handedly redefined baby shower attire, sporting a chic Sergio Hudson red jumpsuit to the affair. Her look was caught by paparazzi as she entered the hotel on Wednesday—she accessorized the bold look with gold pumps and a black coat draped over her shoulders, and a red animal-print purse. (The star's fashion sense was clearly unfazed by the snowstorm in NYC.)
Behind her, according to Getty, a member of Clooney’s entourage carried in two baby gift bags.
Markle’s good friend (and the person responsible for setting her up with Prince Harry) Misha Nonoo also arrived at the hotel with gifts in tow. She was seen carrying a shopping bag from Rani Arabella, a luxury home goods store, so the royal baby can likely expect a luxe blanket in his or her future.
While we’re sure Nonoo is there to celebrate the Duchess of Sussex, she does have some exciting news of her own to raise a glass to: She’s a recently engaged woman! In addition to a potential toast to Nonoo’s new relationship status, the shower is also set to kick off with a flower-arranging lesson and desserts by the hotel restaurant's head chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, according to the Daily Mail.
Other guests include Markle’s former Suits costar Abigail Spencer, former stylist Jessica Mulroney, and CBS anchor Gayle King—but the Serena Williams, who is cohosting the event with Clooney, is rumored to be footing the bill.
Markle is due in April, and is reportedly prepping for an au naturel, at-home birth. "Meg wants a natural birth if she can have one," an insider confirmed to Vanity Fair. "Her mother is very into anything that is holistic and natural, and having been brought up with yoga and mindfulness, it’s all very much part of Meghan’s birth plan."
Grandmother-to-be Doria Ragland is also set to move into the Duke and Duchess's Windsor residence after the baby's arrival to help out.