Meghan Markle’s mother is helping out with baby Lilibet

Meghan Markle’s mother is helping out with baby Lilibet

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Meghan Markle’s mom, Doria Ragland, is “overjoyed to welcome her new granddaughter,” Page Six is told.

Although we’re told that Doria, 64, was not present at the birth of Lilibet Diana on June 4 at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, she is now believed to be helping out with the newborn at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s $14.5 million Montecito, Calif., home.

The LA-based yoga teacher flew to the UK for the birth of her first grandchild, Archie, back in May 2019.

She spent a few weeks with her daughter and son-in-law Prince Harry ahead of the birth and then helped out after Archie’s arrival.

She was seen beaming in a photo released of the Queen and Prince Philip meeting their great-grandson for the first time.

It was also Doria who broke the news of Archie’s birth to her ex-husband, Thomas Markle, who is infamously estranged from his daughter.

In the 2020 book “Finding Freedom,” co-authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand wrote, “Doria messaged Thomas with the news, which Meghan had asked her to.

“The new mother did not want him to find out after the rest of the world. But she didn’t want to know whether her father replied to her mother’s text.”

Described as extremely private, Doria is believed to be a constant presence in the Sussexes’ California life.

Praising her mom while discussing her strained time behind palace walls, Markle, 39, told Oprah Winfrey during her bombshell interview in March: “Look, they hunted my mom down, and you’ve never heard her say a word. She’s remained in silent dignity for four years, watching me go through this.”

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