A super American babysitter has been hired to help raise Meghan's real baby.
The "family lifestyle guru" Connie Simpson, who helped raise the twins of George and Amal Clooney, has been hired by the royal family as a parent coach, the sources say.
She has worked with A-listers, including Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, and has helped raise more than 250 babies in a 30-year career.
The nanny Connie Simpson, above, has worked with A-listers, including Justin Timberlake, has been hired by the royal family as a foster coach, according to the sources. The baby will be seventh in a row to the throne.
Ms. Simpson, of Mobile, Alabama, is also known as & # 39; Nanny Connie & # 39; to former clients.
She bought a daughter of her own before going to help famous stars like Matt Damon and Justin Timberlake with their parenting techniques.
It will show first-time parents Harry and Meghan, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the ins and outs of being parents.
The royal couple announced that Meghan was expecting a baby with Prince Harry last week.
The royal couple, above, announced that Meghan was expecting a baby with Prince Harry last week. Nanny Connie will show Meghan, Harry and their mother Doria the ins and outs of being parents.
Connie Simpson was recommended to the royal couple by The Clooneys, The Sunday Star reported.
Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, will raise the baby along with Nanny Connie, who will act as family coach for the royal family.
Nanny Connie said: "The baby will have no earthly idea that she is Meghan Markle or that she is Prince Harry's wife and that she is in line with the throne.
"They will know her because she is the only one who will supply that milk and give her that comfort.
I would say all you can to enjoy the moment of being a mother, the transformations of your body and the different stages of that baby's life.
"There is a beautiful little bean that comes into the world, so they need to enjoy what they did."
The new real baby will be the seventh in the row of the throne, behind the two twins of William, George and Charlotte, who will be the older cousins of the baby. It is scheduled to be born in the spring next year.
Meghan appears in a photo at a reception in Victoria, Australia, on Thursday. The royal couple is in the country on a tour, where they visited the new Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney.
The professional nanny has written a book called The Nanny Connie Way: Secrets to Mastering the First Four Months of Parenthood, which was published earlier this year.
His book is about breastfeeding, new maternal stress, bath time and bedtime for babies.
She said that the most important thing that Meghan can give to the baby is herself, and her love as a mother, although Meghan would be "overwhelmed" at first.
When the baby was announced earlier this week, Kensington Palace said Meghan's mother, Doria, was "very happy for the lovely news and is looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild."
Meghan's estranged father, Markle, upon hearing the news of the real baby, said he is delighted with both. He said: "The first thing I thought about was having Meghan in my arms when I was a newborn 37 years ago."
Mr. Markle, however, separated from Meghan days before the Royal Wedding in May after hanging Prince Harry.
The prince had called to reprimand him for cooperating with paparazzi photos that showed, among other things, that Markle was "ready" for a wedding suit.
However, yesterday he told the Mail that his daughter would be a wonderful mother.
He said: "I was not surprised by the announcement of the baby, Meghan loves children and she and Harry have been talking about wanting a family from the beginning.
"I'm delighted with both of you." The first thing I thought about was having Meghan in my arms as a newborn 37 years ago.
I thought, & # 39; My baby is having a baby. It was a very proud moment.
The royal couple is on a tour of Australia, where they visited the new Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney.
Nanny Connie would not confirm if she had been hired.