Meghan Markle faced great shame from her mother when many criticized how she held the baby Archie in Prince Harry's last charity polo match. Surprisingly, one of his biggest critics defends it, saying that he feels sorry for Markle after people have tackled his abilities as a new mom.
Markle ashamed of the awkward way she kept Archie
Many critics thought that Markle seemed to have an unsafe grip on the Archie baby during the polo match, one of the troll writing on Instagram: "Multiple nannies" forgot "to teach him to hold a new one well" "and" others claiming that the baby's neck and body were not properly supported.
It turns out Markle did nothing wrong, with Dr. Jen Trachtenberg, a board-certified pediatrician and author of Pediatrician in your pocketToday, parents say, "There is not only one way to hold a baby. You want to make sure the baby is safe and that's exactly what Meghan was doing. She holds him firmly with two arms. He does not cry and he is not uncomfortable. "
Dr. David L. Hill, pediatrician and author of Being a parent like a pro, said today to parents: "I imagine that some feared that she was not shaking her baby's head properly. But in general, at two months, there is enough control of the head so that you do not have to cradle your head constantly. "
Piers Morgan defended Markle
Morgan, who spoke of his dislike of Markle, actually spoke for the Duchess. In an article he wrote for the Daily Mail, he said, "A strange emotion has invaded me this morning: I actually felt sorry for Meghan Markle. As I said clearly, maybe too many times, I'm not a big fan of my longtime friend after she brutally fantasized me since she met Prince Harry. "
He continued, "But when I read the vicious reaction
pictures of his little brother Archie during a polo match, a
A surprising pinch of compassion springs up in me. She has only been a mother for a while.
a few weeks."
Morgan might understand why Markle may not have mastered the best possible baby outfit yet, noting: "It takes time, and a lot of trial and error, to become familiar with how to take care easily of a baby. I am sure that many similar photos of myself in the family archives have similar problems with my eldest son. "
He continued, "But by the time my daughter arrived, 20 years
Later, I could wear it as with the professional elegance of Mary Poppins. "
He called the attacks on Markle "horrible"
Morgan surprisingly shared that he "did not share the joyous abuse inflicted on Meghan for not wearing Archie in a perfect way," adding, "In fact, I thought his attacks were petty and horrible."
While Morgan defended the duchess and challenged the clumsy baby who claimed to be a new mom, he naturally criticized Markle by offering a 10-point guide "on how to become a popular princess". Her advice included a suggestion for her. for not asking for privacy when she's in public, like during her recent appearance at Wimbledon, to avoid being hypocritical and for "making peace with the Cambridges", among other areas that he thought to be able to improve.