August 14, 2020

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Fired Archie's Nanny on Her 2nd Shift – Here's Why

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s nanny didn’t have a good day after the couple allegedly fired her

The night nurse Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hired to look after their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, would have quite the tale for her family and friends. That tale would be how she was fired during her second shift of taking care of their son.

A new book, “Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family,” shed some light on the occurrence by stating that the couple let go of the nurse for being “unprofessional and irresponsible.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at a service to mark the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey on November 11, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images


Even though the experience didn’t stop Harry and Markle from employing a second night-nurse, it taught them a new lesson. That lesson was that the Duke and Duchess couldn't sleep through the night without constantly checking on their son.

Harry recently disclosed that he had some worries about his son’s future amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.


Within a few weeks of checking-in, it dawned on them that they could handle the night duties. That realization prompted the couple to hire a day nanny for Archie, and things appear to be going well so far.

This new information comes soon after the details of Harry and Markle’s parenting style became public knowledge. For starters, the parents are said to have used a nursery after he was born.


Markle soon took things up a notch when she began taking him along for her daily walks around their previous Canadian abode.

It’s also sweet to note that Archie has a knack for playing hide-and-scene, being out in nature, and spending time with his maternal grandmother, Doria Ragland.


Back in July, it was reported that Ragland was not only living with her daughter and her family in their LA home, but she had also taken up reading to her grandson in the mornings. That small habit seems to be in line with Ragland’s consistent presence since Meghan and Harry welcomed Archie in May 2019.

Despite the support from his mother-in-law, Harry recently disclosed that he had some worries about his son’s future amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.


Royal fans got to know of the fear after the father-of-one wrote a letter that addressed the changes he has undergone since he became a father a year ago.

While noting that fatherhood came with the pressure to create a deserving future for his kids, he said that he wanted people to have the pride to tell their children that they did “what was needed to restore these essential ecosystems.”

As for his wife of over two years, Leslie Carroll has claimed that stepping back from royal duties would help Markle strike a better balance as a working mother.

The royal author also shared that, the love the former actress has received from Ragland has shaped her mind about the type of mother she would be to Archie.


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