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Kate Middleton Had To Manage Without Nanny Until George Turned 8 Months, While Meghan Changed 3 Caretakers For Archie Already

Date August 23, 2019

By the time Archie almost turned 4 months, the little royal had already had 3 different nannies. Meghan Markle changed 3 caretakers without 3 months of her son's birth and it didn't sit well with some people.

Some speculated that 'previous ones couldn't stand Meghan', however, the reason for such rapid changed of babysitters was never disclosed.

Did Kate have the same struggles?

Interestingly, when Kate Middleton was giving birth to her first son with Prince William, they surprised the public by announcing they won't be looking for a traditional nanny for George.

Kate Middleton Had To Manage Without Nanny Until George Turned 8 Months, While Meghan Changed 3 Caretakers For Archie AlreadyKate Middleton Had To Manage Without Nanny Until George Turned 8 Months, While Meghan Changed 3 Caretakers For Archie AlreadyGetty Images / Ideal Image

Indeed, the Duchess of Cambridge was able to go by all on her own, and only hired help when her firstborn turned 8 months old. And even then, the royal couple was looking for a housekeeper, who would only occasionally look after George, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Experts said that Kate used her parents for childcare just "like a normal working mom."

Kate Middleton Had To Manage Without Nanny Until George Turned 8 Months, While Meghan Changed 3 Caretakers For Archie AlreadyKate Middleton Had To Manage Without Nanny Until George Turned 8 Months, While Meghan Changed 3 Caretakers For Archie AlreadyGetty Images / Ideal Image

Obviously Meghan Markle can't afford the luxury of having her mother help out with Archie, since Donna Ragland resides in Los Angeles.

People believe Meghan doesn't need a nanny at all

Some people online think the Duchess of Sussex should go by without a nanny just fine since she doesn't work.

What do you think about this? Should Meghan face so much criticism for simply wanting some help as a new mom?