AceShowbiz - People have been wondering if Priyanka Chopra has visited Meghan Markle and her baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten since it was reported that the "Quantico" alum and husband Nick Jonas went to the U.K. for a promotional trip. Unlike what was suggested before, a source revealed that Priyanka had not met the royal baby just yet.
"Priyanka has not seen Meghan and has no plans to see Meghan during this trip," the source who claimed to be close to the 36-year-old actress spilled to Daily Mail, debunking previous rumors that stated Priyanka and Nick paid a visit to the three-week-old baby at Meghan and Prince Harry's Frogmore Cottage in London. "She is in town for professional commitments."
Priyanka herself denied the rumors on her Twitter account. "While these are great gift ideas… this story is untrue, and I was actually in town for work. I hope whoever this 'source' is starts checking their facts more often," she wrote on May 31.
This arrives after Meghan's other famous pal Serena Williams was reported to have paid a secret visit to meet the baby. According to the report, the tennis star, alongside her husband Alexis Ohanian and 1-year-old daughter Olympia, went to the Frogmore Cottage last week before continuing their trip to Paris, where the pro will compete in the French Open.
Further adding fuel to the speculation, Serena shared some photos of her in a place that was looking pretty regal which made her followers think that the pic might be taken in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's home. "Looks like you are somewhere in London maybe? Meeting baby Archie with Jessica?" one fan asked in the comment section.
Little Archie, who is seventh in line for the British throne, was born on May 6 at Portland Hospital, weighing in at 7lb 3oz. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex formally introduced their baby boy to the world in a special photocall at Windsor Castle on 8 May.
Archie's birth certificate listed his mother's name as "Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex," and her occupation as "Princess of the United Kingdom."