How the 'Queen REALLY felt about Meghan Markle' after engagement announcement

How the 'Queen REALLY felt about Meghan Markle' after engagement announcement

The couple has reportedly not yet hired a nanny, chef or team to help with baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor - instead, they're said to be "relying" on assistance from the Duchess of Sussex's mother, Doria Ragland.

Meanwhile, Meghan celebrated her first Mother's Day with Archie at the weekend, on the American date for festivities.

Prince William and Kate Middleton met their new nephew for the first time on Tuesday.

During his visit, a former 13 year old patient, Daisy Wingrove, gifted the new father a cute teddy bear for his bundle of joy.

"It's really exciting for both of them", Kate said.

But according to Alexandra Messervy, a royal etiquette expert and founder of The English Manner, it's fairly common for moms in Europe to have their mothers stay to help in the first few days or week.

Doria, 62, has been living at the couple's Frogmore Cottage in Windsor for the last few weeks and, although she has no immediate plans to move to the United Kingdom, she is keen to make extended visits across the pond to get to know her grandson.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their son, Archie, on the 6th May.

Archie was introduced to his great-grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, last week, on the same day Harry and Meghan announced his name and posed with him in photos. When her daughter Kate Middleton first married Prince William, she explained she was anxious about growing distant. "Maybe she will see the importance of family now - and open up to my dad and let him be a part of the baby's life".

Now that Archie is here, Prince Harry has been receiving multiple congratulatory messages from far and wide but there's more, he's also been getting many parenting advice from old and young. "It is perfectly normal and understandable that HRH The Duke of Sussex wishes to remain close to his mother's side of the family", Hanson said.

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted with the news of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son today, and look forward to meeting the latest addition to the family", read an Instagram post on Kensington Palace's official page.