The Duchess of Sussex, 37, and the Duke of Sussex, 34, “are very keen to live their lives quietly,” according to Us Weekly. With the former actress ready to welcome her first child in a couple of weeks, another source tells the outlet that she “is focused on calm and positive energy around the birth.”
It should come as no surprise to hear the pair may be interested in living a low-key life, as we’ve learned that Meghan and Harry are looking to do things a tad differently when it comes to their baby. For starters, while Kate Middleton and Prince William opted to go with popular royal nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo to help out with their little ones, Harry and Meg will instead reportedly lean on the Suits alum’s mother, Doria Ragland, for help.
“Doria’s going to be her child’s nanny,” a palace insider exclusively revealed to Closer Weekly. “The royals were insistent that she hire someone with international credentials and highly trained in security and self-defense [like Maria], but Meghan was having none of it. It’s Doria or no one.”
According to The Sunday Times, the pair are considering sending their child to the ACS Egham International School in Egham, which offers an American curriculum — not very British if you ask us!
While the media storm will be quite a sight to see once Meghan finally gives birth, it’s nice to hear that the royal duo will have some time to themselves once everything settles.