Sunday, 9 September 2018

The mother of Meghan Markle has started lessons on how to take care of babies


Doria Ragland, the mother of the Duchess of Sussex, has taken lessons for baby care at her home in California.

The mother of Meghan Markle has learned essential nannying skills, such as first aid from specialized coaches in LA, where she lives.

It comes in the midst of allegations that the 62-year-old is planning to cross the Atlantic and come near the royal couple to be closer to her daughter, and any future grandchildren.

The Ohio-born former social worker reportedly followed lessons as the Cradle Company in Pasadena, Los Angeles, reported the Daily Star Sunday.


"Two of the teachers, Brandi and Hannah, train Doria for half an hour at her home to prevent them from attracting unwanted attention.

"Meghan wants to avoid staffing if possible when her first child arrives. The idea of ​​having her mother join them and taking on the role of baby nurse is the best possible solution for this.

All the more because it is something that Doria always wanted to do. She is already specialized in prenatal yoga.

"She has learned everything, giving advice on breastfeeding and lactation, basic baby care, resuscitation and first aid. The course also includes 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 attending the royal wedding, is "extremely close" with the former Suits actress Meghan and can even join the couple.

The Californian would have visited Harry, 34 and Meghan earlier this summer in their 'safe haven' cottage in Great Tew, Oxfordshire.

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