Meghan Markle is only a few weeks away from becoming a mother for the first time, and the Duchess of Sussex seems to be fine. Although Markle and Prince Harry have not yet moved to their new sprawling property – Frogmore Cottage – Markle is already on maternity leave and orders Baby Sussex's big debut.
Born and bred by her mother Doria Ragland, in sunny Los Angeles, the Duchess' Californian upbringing will undoubtedly have an impact on how she raises Baby Sussex.
How will Meghan Markle's California education affect Baby Sussex?
Meghan Markle has been known since her first appearance in the royal spotlight to combine royal traditions with her own modern flair. From their glamorous garments to their choice of patronage and separation from the Cambridge household, it's clear that Markle is doing things their way.
Now that Markle is to welcome her first child in the world, her non-royal education is having an impact on how she and Prince Harry raise Baby Sussex. According to People, in each of the decisions made about the royal baby, "their Californian roots are enforced". One insider told People,
she is aware of what she puts into her body and on her skin, and even on her home cleanser. She is aware of what she uses. She is looking for natural things. She eats cleaning lady and will probably make her own baby food. It will be a clean life for this baby.
Inside Baby Sussex ̵
1; Modern Nursery
To share her vision of Baby Sussex & # 39; Bringing Kindergarten to Life, Meghan Markle used a mood board (which is very LA if you ask us) The nursery was decorated by Soho Farmhouse design director Vicky Charles.
Royal Insider Katie Nicholl told Vanity Fair: "Do not expect to see any baby Pink or Baby Blue. Apparently, it will be a monochrome color palette – white and gray, it is said, will be the color theme for Baby Sussex's baby room. «The nursery is painted with eco-friendly vegan color that is infused with eucalyptus. From Markle's choice of fashion, we know she loves color as well – she and the prince may choose to add bold color accents like carpets and pillows to the room once the baby is born.
Although Baby Sussex's nursery is largely modern, the visionary from California, Prince Harry, added his own special touches, including "first-rate cameras, security windows, and a state-of-the-art stereo system."
How will Meghan Markle, Sussex's mother, baby? 19659004] Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, moves to the UK for a while to help Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get used to life with Baby Sussex. Ragland is a retired social and enthusiastic yogi who has inspired Markle all his life.
We are confident that her California education, her mother's guidance, and the prestige of Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William will allow Markle to find her own groove for education. Markle's new home will also enable her to bring back a bit of her non-royal life when Baby Sussex was born.
A source said to HELLO! "Harry and Meghan will have a lot of privacy since Frogmore Cottage is located in the home park which
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