Transcript for Harry, Meghan may break tradition with royal nanny: Report
We are now onto our "Gma" cover story as we all await anxiously, the royal baby. New reports this morning that duchess Meghan and prince Harry may be hiring an American nanny. Lama Hasan is with us. We got an ooh from the crowd. Reporter: That's a good one. Good morning to you, Amy. Royal nanny wanted according to the daily mirror. They are looking to hire an American nanny, possibly even a male nanny, a Manny to start work within the next three months. So get your resumes ready. Nannies near and far, get your resumes handy. Harry and Meghan are hiring. After all, growing up royal is not your run of the mill upbringing. According to one British tabloid, the soon-to-be parents might be breaking with the tradition of hiring a northern nanny. So long, Mary Poppins. I believe a child period would be wise. Reporter: Instead, the royal gig could go to an American. The couple open to the idea of a male nanny. They have been looking for a nanny for a few weeks now. They said they favor American over a Brit, and also the nanny could be female or male I understand. Reporter: According to "The mirror," the lucky nanny or Manny would live in frogmore cottage and could make up to $90,000 a year. The pair going for a more informal approach, wanting their new nanny to feel more like a member of the family than hired Potentially this is a break from royal tradition. Meghan has actually said to the agency that she wants a member of staff to be part of the family, rather than a uniformed nanny looking after their Reporter: While palace aides aren't comments on whether they will be hiring help, let's think about this for a second. New parents, sleepless nights and who wouldn't want some help? Thank you, lama. Take care. When you hear the name, Nina gars yarks you probably hear
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