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The Duchess of Sussex is said to be set on having an American nanny for Baby Sussex and she is looking for someone to start within the next three months. Meghan and Prince Harry are also said to be interested in hiring male nanny - known as ‘manny’. The burden to find the perfect nanny for the baby has been given to a recruitment agency, which will interview candidates who could make up to £70,000 a year if chosen by the Sussex household. 

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These requirements are very different from what members of the Royal Family usually seek in nannies, which may upset the Queen who is likely to be keen on seeing Baby Sussex having an all-British upbringing.

This is not the first time it has been speculated Meghan wants to bring up her child with a “modern American approach”.

A royal insider told The Sun in March: “Hiring a ‘manny’ is far more common in the US - a nation that Meghan is more in tune with - than in the UK. 

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“She’s keen to introduce the royal family to what she considers a more enlightened, modern American approach.”

The source also claimed Prince Harry was on board with hiring a manny, adding one reason for the couple to find a male nanny was the royal’s close relationship with his own nanny, Tiggy Legge-Bourke, when he was a little boy.

The source said: “Of course, Harry had a very Tomboyish nanny himself in Tiggy who

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