Meghan Markle got quite ashamed as many criticized her holding Baby Archie during Prince Harry's last charity polo game. Surprisingly, one of her biggest critics defends her and says he feels sorry for Markle after people attack her abilities as a young mother.
Markle's mother-ashamed of the unpleasant way she held Archie
Many critics felt that Markle did not safely handle Baby Archie's polo match, and a troll wrote on Instagram: "The Several nannies have forgotten to teach her how to best hold a newborn, and others say that the baby's neck and body are not properly supported.
It turned out that Markle told Dr Jen Trachtenberg, a state-certified pediatrician and author of Pediatrician in Your Pocket TODAY Parents: "There is no right way to keep a baby. They want to make sure the baby is safe and that's what Meghan did. She holds him with two arms. He does not cry and he does not feel uncomfortable. "
Dr. David L. Hill, a pediatrician and author of Parenting Like a Pro agreed and said to TODAY parents:" I imagine people were worried that they were the head of the Babies were not adequately weighed in. But generally, at the age of two months, there is enough head control so you do not have to weigh your head constantly. "
Piers Morgan defended Markle
Morgan, vociferous in his distaste for Markle, actually spoke in favor of the Duchess In an article he wrote for the Daily Mail, he wrote: "A strange feeling came over me this morning: I actually felt sorry for Meghan Markle, as I may have clarified too often, I'm not a big fan of mine a one-time girlfriend, after she has been ghosting me since she met Prince Harry. "
He continued," But when I read the vicious reaction to
Photos of her clumsily carrying her new baby son Archie to a polo mate, a
Surprising pity rose in me. She was just a mother for one
few weeks. "
Morgan could understand why Markle might not have mastered the best baby grip yet, and remarked," It takes time and a lot of trial and error to familiarize yourself with how to comfortably take care of a baby. I am sure there are many similar pictures of me in the family archive that have similar problems with my firstborn son. "
later I could wear her with the businesslike elegance of Mary Poppins.
He called the attacks on Markle "terrible"
Morgan surprisingly shared " He did not share the happy abuse Meghan had experienced because he had not worn Archie perfectly, "adding," In fact, I thought the attacks on them were mean and horrible. "
While defending The Duchess and the clumsy baby claiming to be a young mother, Morgan naturally criticized Markle by providing a 10-point guide on "How to Become a Popular Princess." His advice included a proposal she should not demand privacy if she is in public, as in her recent appearance at Wimbledon, so as not to become hypocritical and "make peace with the Cambridges", including in areas in whom he believed could improve.