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The Duchess of Sussex's mother Doria Ragland will reportedly attend a baby shower in the U.K. Meghan Markle and Ragland are pictured on May 18, 2018 in Berkshire, England. Steve Parsons - Pool / Getty Images

Meghan Markle had plenty of friends at her New York baby shower in February, but she didn’t have any family there. That could change at her second celebration

According to the Daily Mail, the Duchess of Sussex’s mother, Doria Ragland, will be in attendance for the second baby shower. “Doria is coming to a baby shower here. It will be a small gathering of five or six people,” a source revealed.

The outlet claims that Victoria Beckham will also be in attendance, but it isn’t clear where the party will be held. Meghan was supposedly hoping it would be the first of many gatherings at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, England, but she and Prince Harry’s new home is still undergoing renovations. The Daily Mail suggests Buckingham Palace could be the new location for the intimate event.

A royal locale would make sense if rumors are true that Kate Middleton is hosting. As previously reported, the Duchess of Cambridge was said to be planning a U.K. celebration for Meghan’s English friends and family.

While Meghan and Kate aren’t close, Kate is reportedly doing her best to make sure Meghan and Harry move out Kensington Palace and separate their household without any drama.

“It’s not always been easy, there have been issues behind the scenes, but Harry and Meghan want to leave on good terms and Kate especially has been making a real effort,” an insider told Vanity Fair. “There are no bad feelings and I think Kate was keen to put an end to these rift rumors. She has no problem with Meghan and she has made it clear to Meghan that she’s there for advice or whatever Meghan might need.”

In any case, expect Meghan’s U.K. baby shower to be less opulent. The Duchess came under some serious scrutiny after her U.S. baby shower was held at The Mark’s penthouse, the most expensive hotel suite in America at $75,000 per night. Serena Williams is believed to have footed the bill, but critics still weren’t happy that Meghan agreed to such an extravagant celebration.

If Meghan’s British friends and family want to throw a second baby shower, they’ll have to do it soon. The Duchess is expected to give birth to her first child in late April or early May.