Meghan and Harry’s baby Archie is now five weeks old and we’re hearing lots more whispers about life at Frogmore Cottage and the nanny the royal couple have chosen for their little boy.
Up all night
A report from ET confirms what we already knew – that Meghan’s mum Doria who flew to London for the birth and early postpartum period has now returned to her LA home. Doria’s departure signalled that the newest royal nanny was now hitting her strides.
“I’ve heard from very reliable sources that the new nanny who has been appointed by the Sussexes has had to sign quite an extensive non-disclosure agreement,” Katie Nicholl (who ETdescribes as a royal expert) said.
“Meghan’s been up in the night nursing, feeding on demand every few hours. Apparently, he’s a hungry little baby.”
Special anniversary bling
Katie also weighed in on the new ring Meghan was seen sporting at Trooping The Colour on the weekend.
“Beneath her engagement ring and her wedding band is a new eternity ring,” Katie confirmed. “Some people speculated this was a push present, but I think in fact it is a first anniversary present.”
Meghan and Harry celebrated their first wedding anniversary on 19th May and gosh that year has gone quickly and been eventful, hasn’t it?! Yesterday was Harry’s very first Dad’s Day go-around, and just as the couple did on Mother’s Day – they celebrated by sharing a brand new photo on the Sussex Royal Instagram account.
Baby Archie’s christening
Royal fans are looking forward to details of baby Archie’s christening and the announcement of the little boy’s godparents. It’s thought that the other royal children’s christenings might provide some clues over Archie’s big day. Prince George was christened at three months old. Princess Charlotte was two months old at her christening and young Prince Louis was christened at two months of age.
“If this length of time is applied to baby Archie, it is likely his christening will take place between Saturday, July 6 and Tuesday, August 6,” Express UK suggested.