The joint statement read: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very grateful for the goodwill they have received from people throughout the United Kingdom and around the world as they prepare to welcome their baby".
Those close to the royal couple may be dropping hints about the Duchess of Sussex's due date.
The candidate will be interviewed by the royal couple and, if successful, will be based at their newly renovated Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle, as well as having the use of a vehicle.
The message added: "Their royal highnesses wanted you to know the impact of your support - the direct effect your donation, energy, and action made!" YOU chose to be part of the collective good, and you have made a real difference.
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She said "we're in a low, but we've been lower" and "any story has its highs and lows, but it continues". No one ever said it would be easy. "We are just in the throes of the uneasy path of change".
Baby Sussex is set to arrive any day now and bookies have slashed odds on Meghan giving birth this weekend - making he or she an Easter baby.
"I think she will be a hands on parents but I think she will be more than happy to have all of these resources that available for new mums". Instead, the pair opted for a more neutral appearance, which means plenty of whites and grays.
Of course, the person hired will be based at Frogmore Cottage, the Sussexes new home in Windsor that they moved into just a couple of weeks ago.
"Scorned British tabloids to Harry and Meghan: show us your baby!" screams a New York Times headline.
"It's the way Harry is at the moment, he's just got this bee in his bonnet that all the media are to be ignored", said Arthur Edwards, 78, a photographer for The Sun, who has covered the births of five royal babies, including Harry.