From their wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry decided to do things their own way. Even if it had to be very different from Kate Middleton and Prince William. Once settled in Kensington Palace, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved shortly before the birth of their son Archie to Frogmore Cottage, before settling in the United States, where they have just bought a home in Santa Barbara. And in their houses, their rules. And the first is that they never wanted their employees to live under the same roof as them.
“Harry and Meghan had agreed that they did not want their house to be filled with staff”, report Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand in the book Finding Freedom, relayed by The Mirror, which specify that “Harry had seen this situation at William and didn’t want the same for his family “. If like Kate Middleton and Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry called on nannies to take care of their little boy soon after his birth, they have always refused to allow these people to live with them, while Maria Borrallo, George, Charlotte and Louis’ nanny, lives at Kensington Palace with the Cambridges.
Meghan and Harry gave up a night nanny
A choice never considered for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have always “liked the idea that when they went to bed at night, there were only three in the house”, them and Archie. And who also dismissed the very idea of hiring a night nanny for their son after a disastrous first experience. Indeed, in their biography, the two authors report that “Meghan and Harry had no choice but to fire the nanny in the middle of the night on her second day of work because of her unprofessional nature” . A trauma for them, which they then had great difficulty in forgetting, even with another nanny. “They hired another nanny who did a good job, but due to the incident with the first one neither was comfortable sleeping through the night without going to see Archie regularly. “, report the authors.
The Royal Family of England on November 11, 2018 © BESTIMAGE