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The couple, who are expecting their first baby together this spring, will instead rely on Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, for childcare, according to
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are reportedly not planning to hire a nanny and will instead rely on Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland (pictured with her daughter last May), for childcare
Make like Meghan in a Roland Mouret bardot dress
Roland Mouret ‘Barwick’ dress
The Roland Mouret dress that the Duchess of Sussex first wore on the night before her wedding back in May last year has thankfully now come back in to stock. Hurrah!
The designer’s signature ‘Barwick’ dress has all the aesthetics we’ve now come to associate with Meghan. From the boat neck that showcases a hint of shoulder, to the fitted midi length and the asymmetric drape frill that adorns the skirt, it’s a classic wardrobe piece that you’ll be wearing for years to come.
It’s available to buy in all sizes on the Roland Mouret website so click (right) to shop the look before it sells out – again!
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Indeed Prince Harry, 34, still enjoys a close relationship with his childhood nanny, Tiggy Legge-Bourke, and even invited her to the royal wedding in May last year.
It was previously reported that Harry and Meghan, 37, would employ ‘Hollywood super-nanny’ and lifestyle guru Connie Simpson, of Mobile, Alabama, who helped to raise George and Amal Clooney’s twins.
She has worked with A-listers including Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, and has helped to raise more than 250 babies over a 30 year career.
The majority of royal couples, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, choose to hire a professional nanny to help look after their children. Pictured, the Cambridges’ nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, with the Queen and Prince George and Charlotte’s 2015 Christening
There is also understood to be room for a nanny in the Sussexes’ new home, Frogmore Cottage, on the Windsor estate, although this has not been confirmed.
Sources close to Harry and Meghan told Vanity Fair the couple will not ‘initially’ hire a nanny, suggesting they might still employ one further in the future.
There has been speculation over whether Doria will relocate to the UK from Los Angeles full-time, or will split her time between the two to help raise her grandchild.
Carole Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s mother, plays a hands-on role in the lives of her grandchildren, Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three, and Prince Louis, nine months.
It was previously reported that Harry and Meghan, 37, would employ ‘Hollywood super-nanny’ but it now appears they will rely on Doria for support. Pictured, pregnant Meghan last week
However William, 36, and Kate, 37, also employ full-time nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Maria was hired in 2014, following Prince George’s birth the previous year.
Ms Borrallo trained at the prestigious Norland College which has been producing childminders for the rich and famous since 1892.
The institution’s students are known for their distinctive uniforms and are schooled in all aspects of looking after youngsters during their three-year degree course.
Prince Harry, 34, still enjoys a close relationship with his childhood nanny, Tiggy Legge-Bourke. Pictured, Harry and Meghan in Birkenhead, Merseyside, last week