Cape Town – Duke and the Duke of Sussex reportedly hired a nanny for their newborn son.
Harper Bazaar reports that for the first time parents have hired a British babysitter who will take care of Archie.
According to sources, the nanny is not constantly at Frogmore Cottage and does not work on weekends.
The Royal correspondent for Vanity Fair and The Mail on Sunday Katie Nicholl said Fun Tonight Last week, a new nanny had to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
"From very reliable sources, I heard that the new nanny, named Sussexes, had to sign a fairly comprehensive non-disclosure agreement," Katie said.
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For the first time, Meghan has officially appeared since the birth of Trooping of the Colors last weekend.
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Duke and Duchess will visit Africa this year, which will include a visit to South Africa.
ITV News reports that they intend to visit Malawi to expand their charity foundation Sentebala, as well as Angola, in order to highlight the further dangers of land mines.
The battle against anti-personnel mines was the cause near the heart of Princess Diana. In 1997, before her death, she walked through the active land.