We can't imagine it's an easy role to fill.
Despite being less than two months old, it seems Meghan Markle And Prince Harry are struggling to find the perfect person to entrust with the care of their first son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are trialling their third nanny - according to reports, a British woman - after the first two hires didn't work out.
While the high staff turnover of staff might cause eyebrows to raise, a source close to the royal couple puts the process down to Harry and Meghan wanting to ensure they're making the right decision.
Third Time Lucky
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "do not want to rush this or take any risks getting this decision right," a sympathetic royal insider told The Sun. "It’s deeply personal and can depend on the needs of the baby and parents," they explained, before adding, "Often there are different needs at different stages of the baby’s life. The first nanny was a night nurse."
The couple's new nanny reportedly isn't based at the Sussexes' home of Frogmore Cottage or working weekends, however, she'll be heading overseas to South Africa with the royal family in spring to help look after Baby Archie on his first royal tour.
Last November Meghan’s PA Melissa Touabti quit after six months amid reports she’d been reduced to tears, and just weeks later, the couple’s private secretary Samantha Cohen resigned after 17 years with the royals.
Despite not having yet found the perfect person for Archie's care - and still being on maternity leave, Meghan has attended two public engagements since the birth of Baby Archie on May 6th, and is expected to attend Wimbledon later this month, to support her good friend, Serena Williams.