But, according to Radar Meghan isn't having it.
“Yes, she will have professional help, but she wants her mother to help raise the baby, not someone that the family appoints,” the source further claimed.
The Duchess of Sussex wants to have her mother, Doria Ragland, move from California to London and help with the upbringing.
“She’s going to find a flat,” the source said. “She’s not moving into the palace, but they will find a place for mommy, and mommy’s going to help out.”
Doria sent fans wild last month after she was spotted taking 'baby-care' classes.
The 62-year-old former social worker and yoga instructor is reportedly taking classes as the Cradle Company in Pasadena, Los Angeles, the Daily Star reported.
The Duchess of Sussex's mother has been learning vital skills, such as first aid from specialist coaches in LA.
"Meghan wants to avoid hiring staff if possible once her first child arrives. The thought of having her mum move in with them and take on the role of baby nurse is the best possible solution to that. Even more so because it's something Doria has always wanted to do anyway."
A source added to the paper, "She's learned everything from breastfeeding and lactation consultancy, basic baby care, CPR and first aid. The course also covers sleep training for later on, weaning and helping the new mother with her recovery."