Meghan Markle Considering Hiring A 'Baby Stylist' For Baby Archie

Style is something that is apparently very important for the entire Sussex family. As a matter of fact, there’s a new report that suggests Meghan Markle is looking to hire a stylist for her 2-month-old son, Archie Harrison. Even though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don’t want a live-in nanny to help them with the everyday duties of raising their young tot, apparently, they do want someone to help make the little royal look good each and every time he’s out in public.

While there’s no doubt that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are a very stylish couple themselves, it looks like they want their son Archie to be a fashion influencer of sorts, too. One fashion blogger by the name of Juliet Angus said in a documentary called "Meghan & Harry: The Baby Years" (via The Sun) that the Duchess already knows what the future of Archie’s closet will look like. Angus even believes that it will only be a matter of time before the former Hollywood star hires a baby stylist for her one and only royal tot.

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If that weren’t enough, Angus also suggested that Meghan Markle might go as far as to ask British Vogue editor Edward Enniful to create a mood board of looks for Archie. And while no one knows if the Duchess will really go that far, one thing is for certain: she does have quite the influence when it comes to the way the important men in her life dress. Many eagle-eyed royal fans have noticed that Prince Harry has had a style transformation ever since he's married Meghan Markle. Not only is his wardrobe looking a little more streamlined these days, but he also tends to match whatever his wife Meghan is wearing whenever the couple is out and about.

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With that said, there’s a very good chance that the public will only see a little of Archie’s closet and wardrobe choices. That’s because the Duke and Duchess have made it pretty clear that they want to raise their son as a private citizen. That means that he won’t be as obligated to attend royal engagements or make public appearances as the rest of the royal family. Instead, royal fans will only get to get a peek of Archie here and there a couple of times a year.

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