The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle is facing fresh criticisms 7 weeks after she welcomed her first child with her husband, Prince Harry. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed baby Archie on May 6, 2019, and now the 37-year-old mum is being accused by the British press of being “difficult”.
According to them, she has gone through 3 nannies already in the few weeks that she’s been a mother.
Royal watchers speculated the nanny rotation — among a spate of staff changes for the Duchess of Sussex — was another sign Markle is difficult to work for.
Meghan is said to have hired a third nanny to care for baby Archie, after the 7-week-old’s previous two nannies stopped working for the royal couple, according to multiple reports.
Though Meghan’s mum, Doria Ragland has been around to help with caring for the baby, professional nannies have been employed. But, according to Dailymail, at least two of the three nannies employed these past few weeks were so upset that they quit.
The publication claims Meghan has lost staff since she got married to Prince Harry, largely because of her demanding nature. She lost a female bodyguard, a personal assistant, and a private secretary. Now, nannies are also leaving as soon as they come. She has reportedly “gone through 3 nannies in six weeks.”
However, Meghan’s reps do not agree with Meghan being labeled “difficult.” Addressing why Meghan let go of three of Archie’s nannies, the palace rep said that the couple’s decision in choosing a nanny for Archie, was “deeply personal” and “depends on the needs of the baby and parents”.