On Feb. 14, the Sussex's will be in two different countries, with Harry scheduled to appear at Exercise Clockwork which is located 300kms inside the Arctic Circle in Norway. It's assumed the pregnant Duchess of Sussex will be staying behind in London.
In normal circumstances, Meghan might have taken the long journey with her husband, but considering she is due to give birth in a matter of months she might not want to risk travelling internationally.
Meghan might also need to finish off the couple's nursery ahead of Baby Sussex's arrival.
“They are going all out with the refurbishment of the house, and as Harry loves his gadgets, it’s going to be very cool. They’ll be able to control everything from their smartphones,” a friend explained to Vanity Fair.
Another source added: “They are so excited about moving into the house. Meghan is super stylish and loves interior design so she’ll go all out with the nursery but also the kitchen, which she has designed as well as all the living areas. She wants the place to be filled with light, modern but also with a touch of the shabby-chic style that she loves.”