Meghan Markle seems to be challenging plenty of royal traditions, but there are some she sticks to. Despite rumors that she’ll forego a nanny, at least one expert believes she and Prince Harry will hire some help.

Royal commentator Victoria Murphy told Australia’s “Today Show” that fans need only look to Prince William and Kate Middleton to see that even the most modern royals need help with childcare.

“If you look back to William and Kate, there was a lot of chat about them not getting a nanny. Wishing just a few weeks, they had actually hired William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to help them out,” Murphy said (via Express). “Harry and Meghan are working royals. They will be in the fullness of time carrying out engagements and also traveling. They can get that help, and I think that they will.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry nanny Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will probably hire a nanny for the new royal baby. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019, in Birkenhead, England. Photo: Danny Lawson – WPA Pool/Getty Images

Though there have been rumors that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may want Meghan Markle’s mother to nanny, as previously reported, Doria Ragland will likely just be around to help in the first few weeks.

“I think her mum is going to be hugely important to her in these first few weeks like all mums are. It’s about supporting the mother as well as helping with the baby,” Murphy said.

She added that the former actress has a support system in England, so it isn’t just her mother and Harry that can help her feel at ease. “Meghan does have some friends over here, she has people that she knows – has known for a while, who live over here - she’s not completely reliant on Harry,” the commentator noted.

They will likely hire help from Norland College, which is where England’s top nannies are trained.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their pregnancy in October. Meghan is expected to give birth in late April or early May.