Meghan wanted to share her special time with those friends who have been with her through thick and thin.
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, spent five days in the city for the bash with her celebrity friends.
Users online applauded the move, especially as Meghan has faced a tough time with problematic and racist attitudes directed at her from the mainstream media and online. According to the report, the party was held in the hotel's penthouse suite that costs $75,000 per night, making it the most expensive hotel room in the U.S. "But I hope she won't mind me sharing this because I've never seen anything like this at a baby shower".
The paper also trawled comments posted on the parenting website Mumsnet, quoting one person who was "quite disgusted by the way she is burning through money".
It is believed that Amal and her family, excluding George, may have been heading to Teterboro private airport to meet up with Meghan to catch a flight back to London.
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Her Suits co-star Abigail Spencer, 37, was also invited to the event, but was stranded in NY after the baby shower.
"So actually to criticise her on an evening that had some kind of emotional connection for her was doubly mean".
Guests included designer Misha Nonoo, Soho House's Markus Anderson, makeup artist Daniel Martin and actor Abigail Spencer, proving that the Duchess is keeping her pre-Prince Harry friends close. Although we don't know whether this was the same one that she took back - the private jet that she did take back the United Kingdom is thought to have cost $125,000 to charter for a single flight as reported by the Daily Mail. While many famous faces made an appearance, one noticeably missing guest was Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland who remained in Los Angeles.
On Monday, Kensington Palace confirmed that Meghan's travel for the six-day trip had been "privately funded" because it was a personal getaway but the spokesperson would not comment on any other details of her visit to NY, and declined to give any official information about the cost of her security detail.