New video shows Meghan Markle's mom Doria Ragland at the airport headed for the UK

By Jessica Pollack

Meghan Markle's mom Doria Ragland may be getting some more quality time in with her little girl ahead of the duchess's extremely busy fall season, which includes a two-week tour and a royal wedding. The yoga instructor was spotted at Los Angeles International Airport in footage shared by Inside Edition as she made her way to a flight bound for London.

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Looking ready to relax on the flight, Doria wore a white long-sleeved v-neck shirt, relaxed-fit grey pants, sneakers and carried a brown leather tote as her bag was wheeled alongside her by an airport attendant. Meghan's mother also wore her sunglasses as she made her way to the elevator.

Meghan and Doria are very close. Photo: © Karwai Tang

It's unknown when the footage is from, as it could be from earlier this summer when Doria was reported to have visited Prince Harry and Meghan at their Cotswolds country home. Royal correspondent Omid Scobie revealed that the duchess's mom had enjoyed an extended stay in England with her daughter and son-in-law. "Sources confirm to @ABC @GMA that Duchess Meghan's mom Doria Ragland visited Prince Harry and her daughter for an extended stay at their Oxfordshire home this summer. Doria is said to enjoy a close relationship with Harry and continues to be a pillar of strength for Meghan."

The super private property was renovated last year to maximize security, and sources revealed to HELLO! that the couple travels in and out by helicopter so as not to disrupt traffic on local roads. The four-bedroom home "has a vast open-plan kitchen and dining area for Meghan to cook in and lots of large windows for the stunning views," according to previous reports.

Meghan's first solo charity effort is a cookbook produced with victims of the Grenfell Tower fire

This would be the perfect time for Doria to visit as she'd be able to celebrate the fruits of Meghan's first solo charity effort, a cookbook called Together: Our Community Cookbook, which she produced with victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. In her foreword, the duchess talks about some of her favourite recipes that her mother makes. On Thursday night, the 37-year-old is opening up the doors to her home at Kensington Palace to celebrate the book's launch with the women from the Hubb Community Kitchen as well as Royal Foundation employees and people from the publishing house. It would definitely be a proud moment for the royal's mom!

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