The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hire nanny for baby Archie - reports

Cape Town – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly hired a nanny for their newborn son.

Harpers Bazaar reports that the first-time parents have hired a British-born nanny to take care of Archie. 

According to sources the nanny is not permanently based at Frogmore Cottage and does not work weekends.

Royal correspondent for Vanity Fair and The Mail on Sunday Katie Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight earlier this week that the new nanny had to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

"I've heard from very reliable sources that the new nanny who has been appointed by the Sussexes has had to sign quite an extensive non-disclosure agreement," said Katie.

Meghan made her first official appearance since giving birth at the Trooping of the Colours last weekend.

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The Duke and Duchess will reportedly tour Africa later this year, which will include a visit to South Africa.

ITV News reports that they plan to visit Malawi to expand his charity Sentebale, and also Angola to highlight the continuing dangers of landmines.

The fight against landmines was a cause close to Princess Diana's heart. In 1997 months before her death she walked through an active landmine area.