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Doria Ragland, pictured with Meghan Markle at the UN Women's 20th Anniversary Conference, has been taking "baby classes" & # 39;

Doria Ragland, pictured with Meghan Markle at the UN Women's 20th Anniversary Conference, has been taking "baby classes" & # 39;

Doria Ragland, pictured with Meghan Markle at the UN Women's 20th Anniversary Conference, has been taking "baby classes" & # 39;

Doria Ragland, the mother of the Duchess of Sussex, has been taking baby care classes near her home in California.

Meghan Markle's mother has been learning vital babysitting skills, such as first aid from specialized trainers in Los Angeles, where she lives.

It comes amidst claims that the 62-year-old man is planning to cross the Atlantic and approach the royal couple to be closer to his daughter and any future grandchild.

It is reported that the former Ohio-born social worker takes classes like The Cradle Company in Pasadena, Los Angeles, reported Daily Sunday.

"Two of the teachers, Brandi and Hannah, are training Doria at home half an hour away to avoid attracting unwanted attention.

& Megan wants to avoid hiring staff if possible once her first child arrives. The idea of ​​having your mother move with them and take on the role of nanny is the best possible solution. Even more because it is something that Doria has always wanted to do anyway. She already specializes in prenatal yoga.

"He learned everything from breastfeeding and lactation counseling, basic baby care, CPR and first aid." The course also covers sleep training for later, weaning and helping the new mother with her recovery, "a source told the newspaper.

Mrs. Ragland, the only member of the bride's family who attended the royal wedding, is "extremely close" to the actress of the old suits, Meghan, 37, and can even move in with the couple.

The Californian is believed to have visited Harry, 34, and Meghan in their "safe haven" cabin in Great Tew, Oxfordshire earlier this summer.

The mother of the Duchess of Sussex has been learning vital babysitting skills, such as first aid from specialized trainers in LA

The mother of the Duchess of Sussex has been learning vital babysitting skills, such as first aid from specialized trainers in LA

The mother of the Duchess of Sussex has been learning vital babysitting skills, such as first aid from specialized trainers in LA

Meghan Markle and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrive at the Cliveden House Hotel in the Cliveden Estate of the National Trust to spend the night before their wedding with Prince Harry

Meghan Markle and her mother, Doria Ragland, arrive at the Cliveden House Hotel in the Cliveden Estate of the National Trust to spend the night before their wedding with Prince Harry

Doria Ragland at the royal wedding

Doria Ragland at the royal wedding

Mrs. Ragland, the only member of the bride's family who attended the royal wedding, is "very close" to the actress of the old suits, Meghan, 37, and can even move in with the couple.

Doria has already started preparing for her departure to London after she quit her job as a social worker for the mental health services clinic Didi Hirsch in Culver City, Los Angeles, in May.

A close friend in LA said previously: "She's preparing to move to London. I think it will go as soon as possible. I know she was anxious to live closer to her daughter.

"She also fell in love with England and told me when she came back that it's a place where she thinks she could live happily."

Another neighbor added: "Doria and Meghan have always been inseparable." Doria is crazy with excitement at the idea of ​​moving to London.

Just a few days before the royal nuptials, Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, the friend and former agent of Meghan, said that Meghan had told her that "she loved having children" and that "she could not wait to be a mother".

Meghan arrives at the Central Hall of Westminster

Meghan arrives at the Central Hall of Westminster

Harry and Meghan arrived last week at Central Hall in London for a night of music that marks the centenary of the end of World War I

Harry and Meghan arrived last week at Central Hall in London for a night of music that marks the centenary of the end of World War I

Harry and Meghan arrived last week at Central Hall in London for a night of music that marks the centenary of the end of World War I

Rumors that the royal couple wants children have been on the rise since they announced their commitment in November 2017.

Rumors that the royal couple wants children have been on the rise since they announced their commitment in November 2017.

Rumors that the royal couple wants children have been on the rise since they announced their commitment in November 2017.

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