Rules Bender! Meghan Markle Wants To Hire An American Nanny For The Sussex Baby, Reports Say
April 17, 2019 12:09 By Fabiosa
Meghan Markle has become a significant part of the British royal family. She has well-adjusted to the new way of life, quite efficiently. However, her certain actions indicate her hearts still lies in America.
Previously, The Mail had revealed that the Duchess has appointed her own delivery team, led by an unnamed lady doctor. She has decided not to employ Queen's doctors that serve as the royal household gynecologists. Meghan cannot exclude protocols altogether, they will certainly intervene if something goes wrong.
The Sussex couple aims to be more private and will release their baby's photos when it's suitable.
The rules bender strikes again!
It's known how prepared Meghan and Harry are. The excited parents-to-be have already taken care of every little detail. Another plan of the 8-months-pregnant Duchess has hammered a nail in the coffin of royal traditions. According to Mirror UK, the Royals staffers are on the hunt for a nanny to look after the Sussex baby. It includes a special preference though.
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The Sussex stunner wants to hire a baby sitter from the U.S rather than from Britain. An insider further disclosed:
Meghan was clear in telling recruiters she favors an American over a Brit and wants them to feel part of the family rather than a uniformed member of staff.
The Twitterverse played many sides. Some appreciated her devotion while others pointed out her bossy nature. A few commentators neutralized it all by mentioning Kate Middleton's arrangement.
all what she wants again— elsiechallenor-38 (@Elsiechallenor3) April 16, 2019
Yes and she seems very personable & dedicated.— Mildred Garner (@cmgarner_garner) April 17, 2019
Cambridges have a Spanish Nanny— Marlene Koenig 🇺🇸 (@royalmusing) April 16, 2019
Well, this isn't something to debate on anyway. It's an established fact that mother knows best. Share this and let us know if you find her decision reasonable or not.