The claim came from a joint panel of experts, some of whom believe Meghan’s mother Doria will be the only help the couple need, while others speculate that the help they hire will become the new normal .
An expert leaning towards the latter, Sophie Pickles, spoke of the couple’s possible parental approach during her interview with The mirror and was quoted as saying, Meghan and Harry may choose to hire a team of two or more nannies to help care for Archie and the new baby.
“It’s not uncommon for royals or extremely wealthy people to do this, often employing a nanny to stay overnight at the house to help with frequent nightly awakenings and one or more to look after the children. during the day.”
“We know that when Archie was born Meghan and Harry decided to hire a nanny to help them after initially saying they wouldn’t. Like all of us, sometimes it takes until the baby is born before new parents realize how challenging it can be.
She added: “We already know that Harry and Meghan have said they don’t want their house to be full of staff, so the new nanny is unlikely to live with them.”
“All parents of multiple children know, however, that two is harder than one and with Archie on the verge of reaching the tumultuous age of two, they just might change their mind.
“After all, even when you have all the money in the world, there is nothing better than the reassurance of leaving your baby in the arms of someone you love and trust.”