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It’s been one week since Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry welcomed son Archie into the world. They had to do the obligatory photocall at Windsor Palace, with Meghan changing out of her yoga pants and hoodie (right??) into that white wrap dress and heels but, hey, she did what she had to do. She and Harry looked absolutely euphoric so it was totally worth it. Otherwise, for the most part, it’s been a quiet week.

As of Saturday, neither Prince Charles and Camilla, nor Prince William and Duchess Kate, had yet to meet baby Archie. Gasp! OK, not really. They were probably waiting for things to quiet down until they made the trek to Frogsmore. But you know who was one of the first to visit Harry, Meghan and Archie? Lady Jane Fellowes, Princess Diana‘s older sister. And if that doesn’t hit you right in the heart, then you’re dead inside.

There’s something super-touching about Harry’s aunt getting in some time with the baby before the mad rush begins. She’s clearly still a big part of Harry’s life (and now, Meghan’s and Archie’s lives). If you recall, Lady Jane gave a reading at Harry and Meghan’s wedding, and as Hello! puts it, she continues to keep “the memory of Diana at the centre of Harry’s family life.”

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Not that that’s ever been an issue. New dad Harry has always been close to his mom’s side of the family, even including Diana’s “delighted” siblings in Archie’s official birth announcement.

Now, let’s give credit where credit is due. The Queen and Prince Philip were actually the first of the royals to visit with Archie, right after he made his public debut. And, of course, Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland, was likely the first besides Harry, Meghan and any medical staff to meet and hold the baby.

But now that the first week is out of the way, look out. Not only do we expect Charles and Camilla to visit with their grandson, but Will and Kate too. And of course we’re hoping the entire Cambridge clan make the trip to meet their nephew/cousin, and that we get to see pictures. For now we’ll make do with some adorable little toes.