Meghan Markle may be a royal, but she and husband Prince Harry are hands-on parents. In the latest issue of Us Weekly, the magazine reports the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a relaxed schedule for their son Archie’s nanny.

In the July 15 print issue it states that the royals have hired a female nanny to care for the infant during their upcoming tour, which kicks off this fall. “Archie’s caretaker will be working far more on the royal tour than she does at home in England,” reports the magazine, who classifies the nanny as “an older lady with 20-plus years of experience.”

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At home, the nanny reportedly helps care for the newest member of Britain’s royal family during weekdays but takes weekends and evenings off so Prince Harry and Meghan can enjoy Archie to themselves. “They made the decision to have no live-in staff at Frogmore Cottage,” said a source. “It’s all part of wanting the most normal family environment for Archie.”

Meghan Markle Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex is pictured on Feb. 25, 2019 in Rabat, Morocco Photo: Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images

While their nanny may have a traditional work schedule, the outlet reports that said sitter will have a bigger role during the couple’s upcoming royal tour. Last month, the pair announced they would be embarking on a trip to South Africa, making stops in Malawi, Angola, and Botswana.

With the outing being their “first official tour as a family” the duo will bring along Archie, who, at the time, will be just 5-months-old. Because of their new addition for the trip, the magazine reports the pair will need more outside help caring for the young royal.

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As previously reported, due to vaccination requirements to travel within Africa, Archie will not be able to join his parents on all stops of the tour. Because of this, the magazine reports the infant will “only be present on certain safer parts” while Harry and Meghan “travel by themselves to engagements in other countries.”

In preparation for this, the couple is reported to have taken advice from Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton’s 2014 royal tour which included their then-infant son Prince George by establishing “a base they can commute from rather than spend the nights in lots of different countries.”

“Africa is an extremely important continent for Harry and Meghan. It’s not only where Harry was able to spend time away from the public eye growing up...but it’s also where their love grew,” a source told the outlet. “Going back there will be so special for them now that they’re a family.”