Although any pregnancy announcement is exciting, we get royally excited when we learn that a new royal baby is on the way. We were over the moon when Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed their three Princes and Princesses, and we are now awaiting the day that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcome their heir. However, with a royal bloodline to uphold, Meghan won’t be able to raise her child like any other mother in the world. She has some rather specific parenting rules to follow…
She’ll Have To Teach Them “The Wave”
The Royal Family are known for many things, and their trademark wave is one of them. They don’t high five each other or fist pump to say hello, but they instead have to perfect the Windsor Wave. This means that they can still keep their distance and hands away from other people, but they can also show that they are approachable and loveable. Royals have to learn this wave from a very early age, which means that Meghan will have to add this to her list of lessons to teach her child or children.
She’ll Have To Shell Out A Lot Of Money For Education
Considering Meghan Markle’s upcoming baby will be a royal heir and represent their country, they have to be ready for anything. Because of this, royal children are gifted with the most prestigious education money can buy. This often means that they are sent to private kindergartens and boarding schools, and this doesn’t come cheap. Meghan will have to dig deep into her pockets to pay for this.
She’ll Have To Remember That Pants Aren’t Allowed
If you’ve ever taken the time to inspect Prince George’s wardrobe, you may have noticed that he never wears pants. That’s because royal boys are not allowed to wear them! They instead have to wear shorts and long socks at all times, and their mothers have to pay close attention to what they are wearing. This is also true for young royal girls, as appearances are everything within the Royal Family.
Meghan is currently gearing up to welcome her new baby into the world, but it’s safe to say that she has a few rules to remember before she can become ‘Mom of the Year.’