Why Are Meghan Markle's Nannies Leaving So Quickly?
What is the reason that royals Meghan and Harry have changed three nannies for baby Archie in just six weeks? Archie is only 3 months old! Read more:
Royal baby Archie was born on May 6th, 2019. Expectedly, his parents the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were ecstatic. Harry spoke to reporters just hours after the birth. He admitted to being short on sleep, but he couldn't stop smiling and described his new son as being “to die for.” As anyone would expect, Meghan and Harry were over the moon with happiness.
Everything seemed to be going well for the new parents. Except that their nanny reportedly left her position when Archie was only two weeks old. This was due to the fact that Meghan was allegedly very controlling and would not allow anyone, even the nanny be alone with the baby.
Sometimes, things just don’t work out as planned. Usually, when a new hire decides that a job isn’t for them, they are replaced, and all is well. But Meghan and Harry lost a second nanny in just six weeks.
The source went on to say that a new nanny would be very much needed during the Duke and Duchess’s upcoming tour of Africa. And that the decision of who to hire is a huge one. Just as expected, Meghan and Harry are taking the whole situation quite seriously. They need to make sure they hire the right person for the job.
Why Do The Nannies Leave So Quickly?
One would think that being a caregiver to the royal baby was a dream job, but the nannies just don't stay. Many people believe that Meghan and Harry are not very easy to work for. But British news sites report that Meghan and Harry have specific ideas on how Archie should be raised. He also has different needs at different times. The loss of nannies seems to be an expected part of the process of finding just the right person.
Sympathetic royal sources have explained that the choice of a nanny is a highly personal decision. And the couple might just want to get it right. Sources close to the Sussexes said that nannies were a personal matter and that Buckingham Palace does not comment on staff hiring.
The source said: “Often there are different needs at different stages of the baby’s life. The first nanny was a night nurse.
“But Harry and Meghan do not want to rush this or take any risks getting this decision right. It’s deeply personal and can depend on the needs of the baby and parents.”
US magazine Harper’s Bazaar reported earlier this month that a new “British-born female nanny” had been hired.
For their third nanny, Meghan is using the help of a recruitment agency. The new nanny, according to Fox News, will have to sign an extensive non-disclosure agreement. This is to prevent her from spilling royal family secrets. She's not permanently based at Frogmore Cottage or required to work weekends.
We agree that hiring a nanny is a deeply personal decision, and should be done right. So we have drawn up a list of tips to help you with this decision. See them below:
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Resource: The Sun