Working for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sounds like the ultimate dream job. Because who does not want to be paid to get in touch with one of the world's most famous couples spends much of his time in one of the most luxurious residences in England, and especially in taking care of an incredibly cute baby?
We would believe that the one lucky enough to play the role of Archie Harrison's nanny would stay here.
However, that's not quite the case. Little Archie may be only two months old, but several nannies have come and gone already. We knew from Meghan's beginnings as a queen that it is notoriously difficult to work for her. It is well known that the Duchess is already making demands at 5 am, sending e-mails and making firm requests from her staff to provide more freedom for the baby and get the job done. Why are Meghan's nannies going so fast?
Doria Ragland was Archie's first Nanny
Who better to take care of a new baby than his own grandmother? Even before Archie was born, there was speculation that Meghan's mother would leave Doria California and move with her daughter and royal son-in-law to Frogmore Cottage to look after the baby.
The fans were quite excited about it, as it is well known that Meghan and her mother are extremely close to each other, and that she has no other family in England. Doria has returned to Los Angeles after arriving in the UK, according to Good Morning America.
The First Nanny Give Up
When the baby Archie was born on May 6, Duke and Duchess of Sussex seemed overjoyed. Harry spoke to reporters a few hours after giving birth, and although he admitted he had little sleep, he could not stop smiling and described his new son as a "dream." Everything seemed to be good for the new parents to run, with the exception that Popculture said her nanny left her position when Archie was only two weeks old, as Meghan was very controlled and would not allow anyone, not even the nanny, to be alone with the baby. 19659011] A second nanny is hired and leaves the company soon.
We all know that sometimes things just do not work as planned. If a new employee finds out that a job is out of the question for him, he is usually replaced and everything is fine. However, Meghan and Harry have lost a second nanny in just six weeks, the International Business Times reports.
The site also states that Duke and Duchess' upcoming trip to Africa urgently needs a new nanny and the decision to hire them is huge. As expected, Meghan and Harry take the whole situation very seriously as they need to make sure they hire the right person for the job.
Why are the nannies going so fast?
Although many fans believe that Meghan and for Harry it is very hard to work. MSN reports that Meghan and Harry have specific ideas about how Archie should be educated and that he has different needs at different times. The loss of nanny seems to be an anticipated part of finding the right person.
For her third Nanny Meghan is to take the help of a recruitment agency. According to Fox News, the new American nanny has to sign a comprehensive non-disclosure agreement to prevent her from revealing the secrets of the royal family who are not permanently resident in Frogmore Cottage or need to work weekends, and basically a member of Sussex's family.