Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex and Fenty Beauty founder Rihanna may be on their way to becoming best friends, as reported by Radar Online.

The "Work" songstress has reportedly been growing closer to Markle since relocating to the U.K. While recently discussing the relocation with The New York Times' Style Magazine, Rihanna said that she chose the new residence in order to be closer to the Fenty team. However, it has also seemingly afforded her the additional benefit of strengthening an existing relationship she had with the Duchess.

An insider divulged to Radar Online that the pair had "bumped into each other a few times before Meghan was super famous and have a few mutual acquaintances on the Hollywood social scene who've put them in touch again recently."

Continuing, the source said that the two women "actually have a lot in common in terms of style and a shared need for total privacy in their lives."

The desire that both women have to achieve total privacy is not surprising considering their histories. Rihanna had been extremely quiet about her boyfriend, Hassan Jameel, until recently. Meanwhile, Meghan has also faced changes in her life since becoming a member of the royal family after marrying Britain's Prince Harry in 2018.

In a 2017 interview following their engagement, Markle spoke about the topic, saying, "Obviously there have been layers attached to how public it has become after we had a good five, six months almost with just privacy, which was amazing."

It seems as though the bonding is at a halt until further notice as Meghan is focusing the majority of her energy at the moment on her newborn son, Archie. However, the former "Suits" actress is said to have put hanging out with the singer at the top of her list once her maternity leave has come to completion, so everyone will just have to keep their eyes peeled until further notice to see if this friendship truly comes to fruition. 

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attends a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson