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Meghan Markle Let go by Archie’s nanny against her will


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Recently interviewed by Grazia, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand revealed that Meghan Markle had been abandoned by her son Archie’s nanny during the coronavirus crisis.

After a trying year in 2020, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are determined to turn the page. For in addition to their turbulent exit from the monarchy, and the miscarriage of the Duchess of Sussex, the lovebirds have faced the coronavirus pandemic, which has had disconcerting consequences, impacting in particular the education of their son Archie.

The little boy’s nanny abruptly ended her duties. “It’s just been a lot,” a relative of the former actress told Carolyn Durand, quoted by the British edition of Grazia magazine on Tuesday 12 January, “their nanny returned to the UK when they moved to Los Angeles because of the pandemic”.

A resignation against which Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could do nothing. They have nevertheless renewed their entire staff, reorganising their communication from top to bottom after having fired their staff following their departure from the UK.

This departure was accompanied by numerous health restrictions due to the coronavirus. Far from the Firm, the Duke of Sussex was even destabilised by the loss of his military bearings and titles, and the Crown rebels “felt quite alone”.

“Every movement made them feel more isolated”, according to the informant. For Omid Scobie, co-author of the biography Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand, “the journey has been painful”.


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2021, the year of the reunion

“It took a lot of work for them to get here,” he said, still in Grazia. “To be where they are now, after having created an empire and a charity in just over nine months, shows how hard they have worked to make this transition a success”.

So it comes as no surprise that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue their transition with a thought for the royal family, with whom they hope for reconciliation.

For while the coronavirus pandemic is still raging around the world, the couple are ready to make a clean sweep for a better future. According to recent information from People magazine, they “hope that 2021 can be a time of healing not only for the world, but also for their families”. A new year of reunion.

A second baby?

In June 2021, the Windsor-Mountbatten clan will celebrate Prince Philip’s 100th birthday. An event that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not be able to miss, as they will be attending the launch of a new edition of the Invictus Games shortly beforehand, notably because of the concern about the state of health of the Duke of Edinburgh (who was vaccinated alongside Her Majesty Elizabeth II against Covid-19) in the era of the health crisis. In July 2021, the Duke was then able to join his elder brother, Prince William, for the inauguration of a statue in homage to Lady Diana.

The year 2021 could also be synonymous with happiness for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, as it was a year of appeasement, but also of conversion with lucrative contracts. They are more determined than ever to offer “a brother or sister” to little Archie. “They’ll do anything for it,” said royal expert Katie Nicholl.

Photo credits: Agency / Bestimage

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1 COMMENT

  1. What a silly thing to say
    – Archie’s education?
    His only just turned two any education he would need right now should be done by his parent’s!
    Seriously – take responsibility for your own child.

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