If reports of Meghan Markle’s due date are to be believed - the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal baby is a mere three months away. The first time parents are busy planning to welcome the third member of their family, checking important items off their to-do list.
According to Vanity Fair, there’s one ‘essential’ that Prince Harry and Meghan will forgo for the moment: hiring a nanny. While their decision might change with their demanding schedules, Markle’s mother Doria Ragland will be on-hand to help out.
However, that doesn't mean baby Sussex won't be receiving a lavish homecoming reception. The new royal's eco-friendly Frogmore Cottage nursery will include a bedroom, playroom, and a spare room for Doria reveals Vanity Fair. Moreover, Meghan reportedly poached an interior decorator from ritzy members-only club SoHo House to decorate the nursery with eucalyptus-infused vegan paint and a $65,000 radiator. Yikes.
The exclusive vibe also extends to the state of the art sound system so that the tot can crank their favourite nursery rhymes. “They are going all out with the refurbishment of the house, and as Harry loves his gadgets, it’s going to be very cool. They’ll be able to control everything from their smartphones,” says a friend.
In addition, Meghan and Harry’s Windsor home’s renovations include a new “guest wing” and yoga studio.
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This article originally appeared on InStyle.