When a person becomes a parent for the first time, their life turns totally upside down in the blink of an eye. Sure, there are plenty of upsides to bringing your own bundle of joy in the world, but let's be real - babies are a LOT of work, and in order to be a successful parent, you definitely need the support of your loved ones. Even celebrities need support, which is why Jessica Mulroney is visiting Duchess Meghan Markle and the new royal baby

If you're not familiar, Mulroney is a resident Canadian fashion icon (she's styled Markle for years) and has even been called the Gwyneth Paltrow of Canada. The two have been friends since long before Markle became a member of the royal family, and they're clearly not letting the distance take a toll on their friendship.

Since Markle is no longer as active on social media, you may be wondering how people even came to realize that Mulroney flew overseas to visit her. Well, it took a lot of super sleuthing, but a simple Instagram post gave it all away. Mulroney posted the above photo of her daughter in a toy store, which was quickly recognized as Daniel's Department, just minutes away from Meghan and Harry's home in Windsor.

For the first few weeks after Archie's birth, Markle's mom, Doria Ragland spent time with the new family, but she's since traveled back to Los Angeles, and Markle has welcomed Mulroney's company with warm arms.

Because she's already a wife and mother of three, it's likely that Mulroney had some awesome motherly advice for Markle, who's a first-time mom. It's also probably nice for Markle to be around "normal" friends who were in her life before the prince swept her off her feet.

Since the birth of Archie a few weeks ago, Meghan and Harry have already received visits from the Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, although Mulroney is apparently the first of Markle's old friends to meet the baby.

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