Meghan Markle ’sticking to one royal tradition‘ | Royal | News

Meghan Markle is sticking to one royal tradition while raising her two children in California, a royal author has claimed.

Royal author Tom Quinn told The Mirror that Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet going to the best schools possible will be non-negotiable.

He claimed: „Meghan has always been determined that her children should grow up with a very good relationship with their mother Doria so it’s no surprise that Doria is the live-in nanny.

„One of Meghan‘s difficulties when she was a working royal living in the UK was her lack of experience in dealing with staff so in Montecito she has kept paid staff to an absolute minimum.

„But if she’s avoiding the royal tradition of paying people to do the childcare, she’s certainly sticking to the royal tradition of sending children to elite schools.“

He radded: „Lily is lined up for £47,000 a year private school. Early on there were rumours that Meghan and Harry might send their children to a local state school but that was never really on the cards.

„It made it look as if the couple were trying to be as ordinary as possible but no one was fooled.

„Apart from anything else, Harry wouldn’t countenance risking his children being educated in anything other than in an elite environment. Choosing an elite school is very much in the royal family tradition.“

A local journalist has taken a look inside the £47k a year Montecito school where Harry and Meghan could send Archie and Lilibet.

Richard Mineards from the Montecito Journal claimed that the couple have been considering local school options – as Archie will be reaching his milestone 5th birthday next week.

He said: „Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are eyeing entering their two children, Archie and Lilibet, at a local private school, I can exclusively reveal.

„The Riven Rock twosome were spotted inspecting an institution’s campus last week, bringing them one step closer to a decision.“

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