Meghan and Harry just received a very exciting baby delivery at their new home
With the next royal baby due very soon, it looks like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are into the final stages of nesting at their new home.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor next month as they get ready to welcome their first child.
The couple have been refurbishing the 19th-century house, including installing an eco-friendly nursery and have started to get it kitted out with everything they might need for the new arrival - including their buggy.
New photos show an iCandy-branded car driving into the estate on Friday, reports The Mirror.
Guards at the gate stopped the vehicle briefly before waving it through, according to onlookers.
iCandy is a popular British pram company known for its luxury, modern styles and for being super practical.
The buggies cost between £650 and £1,500.
Other celebrity fans of the brand include Victoria and David Beckham and Kim and Andy Murray.
This choice is a departure from what we've seen other members of the family, including Kate Middleton, use.
Kate has been spotted with the £1,800 'Balmoral' buggy by Silver Cross in the past - though she probably has something a little more low-key for nipping around day-to-day.
Here's hoping we catch a glimpse of Meghan pushing her baba around in the buggy once he or she arrives.