How will the royal family distract the public when Meghan Markle goes into labor? But if you take a closer look at the caption, you'll notice that the occasional American spelling crops up, such as "re-energized" instead of "re-energised".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have thanked royal fans for "making a real difference" by donating to charities in honour of their baby.
"Their royal highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support - the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made!"
Their latest post is a personal "thank you" to well-wishers who have made donations to four charities, in lieu of gifts for the couple's forthcoming baby.
In a post praising the public for choosing "to be part of the collective good", they relayed the success of a week-long charity drive and told 4.6 million followers: "You made this happen". Whether a $5 donation, £1000 contribution, offering to volunteer, or spreading the word - you've played your part. One way they might do so is by sharing news about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's work, such as this posting.
Meghan's nesting impulse comes after it was recently revealed she and Prince Harry, 34, have chose to keep the birth of their child private, and will announce the news to the public once they have "celebrated privately as a new family".
Since the Duchess and Duke of Sussex have only announced that their first child is due sometime in the spring of 2019, royal baby watchers have tried to piece together that the former "Suits" actress will deliver sometime in April early May.
Baby2Baby, which helps children and parents in need in Meghan's home city of Los Angeles, has received more than 5,000 products including cots, books, backpacks and nappies, along with money.