Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are certainly doing things their way these days.
The couple, who became little Archie's parents for the first time just three weeks ago, reported hindering the trend of real staff and only employed one person to work in their new home.
Just before Archie was born, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved from Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage, Windsor, in an attempt to gain more privacy – and they are clearly engaged in the cause.
According to a new show entitled Meghan Markle: Inside the Home of a Princess, at the moment they have only one governess who works for them.
It is all the more surprising given the size of Meghan and Harry's new home. "Cottage" is a bit exaggerated – after a recent $ 5.4 million renovation, it now has 10 bedrooms, a gym, a yoga studio and even a grandma apartment for Meghan Doria Ragland's mom .
While Doria has already been seen at home in Los Angeles after traveling to the UK for the birth of her nephew, she realized that she will regularly return to Frogmore Cottage to help out and spend time with Archie.
The new show also revealed that the couple created a fragrant nursery for their child and decorated the whole house in a "shabby chic" atmosphere, with the help of the Soho House interior designer , Vicky Charles.