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Harry And Meghan’s Nanny Spotted In Public For The First Time

Although we knew that Harry and Meghan had hired someone to look after their firstborn Archie, the nanny in question was only spotted for the first time last week.

New photo shows the royal staffer climbing aboard the Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign jet at the end of the Sussexes’ holiday in Nice, France.

Her identity is still unknown, but allegedly she is the third nanny hired since Archie’s birth in May.

Harry And Meghan’s Nanny Spotted In Public For The First Time

According to reports, the first nanny was reportedly let go, while the second one was only employed to work night shifts.

Well, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex know what’s best for their baby and we completely support them!

The nanny is said to be based near the family but not living with them at Frogmore Cottage. It’s expected that she will join Meghan and Harry on their royal tour to South Africa next month.

Harry and his brother William also has several nannies while growing up. One of them was Tiggy Legge-Bourke, who you may have seen when she attended Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding in 2018.

It has also been rumored that she’s one of Archie’s godparents after being spotted arriving at the baby’s private christening in July.

Harry And Meghan’s Nanny Spotted In Public For The First Time

The new hiring comes shortly after it was revealed that Harry and Meghan also hired a new private secretary, Fiona Mcilwham. That makes them the first royals to have an all-female team of senior staff.

She will take over the work next month from Samantha Cohen, who announced that she will be stepping down from the job of private secretary for the royal couple after the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan’s first child, baby Archie.

Miss Mcilwham, who describes herself as a “wannabe superman”, went to Cambridge and has 21 years of experience working for the Foreign Office. 

She also previously worked as Director for Western Balkans and Enlargement at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom.

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