Duchess of Sussex reportedly wants American nanny for her baby

Duchess of Sussex reportedly wants American nanny for her baby

Duchess of Sussex reportedly wants American nanny for her baby

"It is likely that the new arrival's wardrobe will cause a similar fashion frenzy that we have seen with all three of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children", said Alex Haigh, director of Brand Finance.

Since her marriage to Prince Harry in May past year, Meghan's focus as a new member of the Royal Family has been very focussed on girls and women's issues and the right of access to education for all.

Harry & Meghan new PR guru, Sara Latham, worked for Bill Clinton in the White House in the late 1990s and she was an adviser on Hilary Clinton's failed 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.

The Daily Express revealed that Her Royal Highness wants an American nanny for her child.

"She was under no pressure to do things the same [as Kate]", Ms Seward told People Magazine.

Kensington Palace announced last week that Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, intend to keep the upcoming birth of their baby private, unlike Prince William and Kate Middleton, who took part in the traditional photo op outside the Lindo Wing in London, where they introduced their children - Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, and 11-month-old Prince Louis - to the awaiting public.

If their baby arrives on the same calendar day as Baby Sussex, parents can enter by following @PureLeaf on Instagram or Twitter and take a photo of their new family, newborn, or baby-related accessory and upload it with the hashtags #PureLeafRoyalTEABaby and #Sweepstakes. With the bets on a bank holiday baby, Ladbrokes has slashed the odds to 3/1 on the Duchess of Sussex giving birth between Good Friday and Easter Monday.

The message added: "Their royal highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support - the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made!" Whether a $5 donation, £1000 contribution, offering to volunteer, or spreading the word - you've played your part.

The queen loves royal tradition, and that goes for baby names as well. You made this happen. According to Independent, there have been 12 royal babies named Albert and nine named Victoria over the past two centuries.

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