Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Reportedly Set Up Strict Rules - Neighbors Not Allowed To Talk To Them
According to a report from Page Six, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have set up some very stringent rules when it comes to who can come in contact with them.
The outlet claims that their handlers warned neighbors not to talk to them, pet their dogs, or ask about their child. The report describes a source as saying that many of the rules are "overtop."
Reported by The Sun, their neighbors at Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate are not permitted to help them with favors, like babysitting as well as dog-walking. Moreover, comments such as "good morning," and other comments are forbidden.
The source who spoke with the outlet described the rules as "extraordinary," moreover, the Queen doesn't treat people like this either, the insider explained. With that said, it wasn't actually Meghan or Harry who put up the rules; it was a palace official.
Regarding how the people will be punished if they break the rules, it's not entirely clear at the moment. For the most part, Meghan and Prince Harry have been doing everything they can to give their child a normal and private life.
Previous reports have stated that Meghan and Harry are doing everything they can in their power to provide privacy and a sense of normalcy to the child's life. It's unclear how successful they'll be at this. Additionally, the couple refuses to reveal their black lab's name as well.
Reportedly, approximately 400 people live in the Home Park and Great Park areas, including Prince Charles' former nanny, the governor of Windsor, and Angela Kelly. The source explained that the Queen always likes to speak with the neighbors, but clearly, this isn't the case for the aforementioned couple.
With that said, other insiders have stated Meghan and Prince Harry are just doing their best to try and keep their baby's life private. A social media user said in their defense that It's not uncommon for brand new parents to be overly protective, however, after the birth of a second or third child, parents tend to become more relaxed.