MEGHAN Markle plans to hire an American nanny to look after his baby and has not ruled out the possibility of a male MANNY being drafted into the royal household.
The 37-year-old actress, who is eight months pregnant, has hired a renowned Kensington recruiting firm to find a suitable candidate for the job.
One source states that Meghan and his husband Prince Harry did not rule out the possibility of hiring a male nurse for the firstborn.
The successful nanny would be stationed in the new Frogmore Cottage home of the royal couple in Berkshire, earning up to £ 70,000 a year, according to experience.
They would also be interviewed by Harry and the "strong-willed" Meghan.
In an interview with The Mirror, the source said, "Meghan has clearly told recruiters that they prefer an American to a British and want them to feel part of the family rather than uniformed staff.
"That's important to her, she has never hid the fact that she is proud of her American roots.
"They are interested in exploring the possibility of a male nanny."
The London-based recruiting company, not mentioned in the report, specializes in bilingual mothers and nannies trained at Norland College in Bath.
Norland's nannies have been favored by the Royals in the past, including Prince William and Kate, who hired the Spanish-born Maria Teresa Borrallo to look after their three children.
Meghan's half-sister Samantha has said that she thinks the Duchess will "tip" with the nanny of the new child.
Samantha, who was not invited to the royal wedding, has speculated that her "strong-willed" siblings will have clear opinions on how to raise their child.
In the upcoming documentary Meghan and Harry: A royal baby story, said the Florida-living 54-year-old: "I think Meg will definitely get a nanny.
"I'm pretty sure her threshold for stress in the beginning could be pretty low. How many rooms in Frogmore? I can see how they are all filled with nannies.
"Meghan is very strong and there will probably be a head kick in any case. But Meghan could learn and grow from that.
"Well, if the nanny is strong enough, she will not go away in tears."
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Samantha also said that she believes that Meghan Parent Council should call on her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton.
She said on the show aired tonight: "I would hope that Meghan would take some tips from Kate, who is now quite experienced.
"She can probably guide her in ways that can help accommodate the children, educate them at the same time, and give them a realistic sense of who they are in this busy world."
Royal correspondent Emily Andrews believes that Meghan will receive childcare after her birth.
Emily said on the show, "I think Meghan and Harry will get help from Baby Sussex because Harry's mother is obviously not very sad and Doria lives in Los Angeles.
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"I'm sure she'll come by a lot to help, but she's not right there.
"I think like any mother, you get this baby and think," Wow, am I doing this now? "
"I think she will be a parent to her parents, but I think she will be more than happy to have all these resources for new moms.
"Because she's lucky because she and Harry can pay for it."
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