Becoming a grandmother is undoubtedly one of the happiest days in a woman’s life. Doria, the mother of Meghan Markle made this beautiful discovery twice on May 6, 2019 for the birth of Archie and on June 4, 2021, when Lilibet arrived in the world. To be a good grandmother, she wouldn’t hesitate to enroll in a grandparenting class. In any case, this is what the MailOnline said. Meghan Markle’s mother would indeed have taken the Cradle Company courses led by Brandi Jordan before the birth of the first child of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The courses, which took place in Los Angeles, were based on the experiences of Megan Fox, Rosamund Pike and Julia Stiles.
On the Cradle Company website, we can see that the school offers different training courses, one of which is dedicated to “learning the basics of newborn care, child development, support for the mother during the postpartum period, how to support a healthy sleep schedule for the infant, how to offer breastfeeding support and business tools”. To explain why there were also classes that were intended for grandparents, Brandi Jordan explained that some future mothers need the support of their mother to feel safe within hours or days of welcoming their baby.
Meghan Markle probably needed the support of her mother, Doria
Some “find the strength of the grandmother and lean on her to encourage them, nurture them and help them,” he said. Thus, the wife of prince Harry undoubtedly needed the support of her mother when she had to suspect that it should not be easy to give birth to a royal baby. In 2019, Meghan Markle could not imagine living the first days of her life as a mother without her mother. So, in 2019, Doria was 69 years old and was a great support for the Duchess of Sussex. Moreover, she did not hesitate to leave California to settle for some time in London near her daughter.
During her long absence, the one who is a yoga instructor and social worker had hired a housekeeper and a dog sitter during her absence. Thus, she had a relieved spirit and could devote herself 100% to her daughter, at the end of her pregnancy and to her grandson when he had decided to point the tip of his nose. Meghan Markle and her mother are very complicit. Moreover, during the official presentation of Arcie to Elizabeth II, Doria was present. Today, they live close to each other while the Sussexes have made the decision to put their suitcases in Los Angeles. Doria must therefore regularly take care of her grandchildren.
Meghan Markle and her mother Doria © Agency