The former actress and Harry have decided, also on the basis of the experience of the Dukes of Cambridge, not to hire nannies to take care of Archie
Meghan Markle, normal mom with Archie
Finding Freedom, the controversial biography of Meghan Markle and Harry written by correspondents Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, is not only about the Megxit, a real earthquake for the English Crown. The authors – who admitted to having spoken with the Sussex couple during the process of editing the book, which began in 2019 – also focused on several aspects that differentiate the daily life of Charles and his wife's second son from that of the Dukes of Cambridge. .
This category includes the choice, by Meghan and Harry, not to take nannies for little Archie. According to what can be read in the book, Harry made this decision after seeing the situation at William and Kate's home.
The Dukes of Cambridge have taken a very different path in the education of their three children George, Charlotte and Louis: the eldest son of Charles and Diana and Kate Middleton have a housekeeper who lives under their own roof and a full-time nanny, Maria. Borrallo, who has been taking care of the little ones of the house for several years.
Scobie and Durand, however, specified that, for a short period of time, the Sussexes hired a night nurse, a professional who took care of defining a sleep routine for little Archie.
Based on the revelations of Scobie and Carolyn Durand, the Sussexes would have fired her for being unprofessional (the authors of Finding Freedom have not specified anything else). After being alone for some time in the management of little Archie, the Sussexes hired a nanny, but only for weekdays.
In fact, the book speaks of a specific desire of the Dukes of Sussex, that is to be, at bedtime, alone in the house with little Archie. As already mentioned, they made a different choice than that of the Dukes of Sussex, who for years have had Maria Borrallo as a point of reference for the care of their children, often seen together with the three Princes wearing a traditional uniform.
Despite Harry's reluctance about hiring a nanny for Archie, insiders speak of a special relationship with Tiggy Legge Bourke, a nanny Carlo hired to care for the children following Diana's separation.
Returning to the management of little Archie, we remember that, today, the baby of just over a year would be cared for by grandmother Doria Ragland, mother of Meghan Markle, who moved to Los Angeles last June.