The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have reportedley hired a new caretaker for Prince George
But as soon as they return, they’ll have a new staff member to train.
People reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have reportedley hired a new caretaker for Prince George, who has just arrived from Spain.
After their darling baby boy was born in July, the new parents called upon Wills’ former nanny, 71-year-old Jessie Webb, to help them out. The veteran nanny, who served as William and Harry’s nanny when they were boys – has reportedly been caring for the little prince for the past few months – but she’s now being relieved of her duties.
The new nanny is a bit younger, in her late 30s. She is unmarried, and sources say she’s a total professional who’s ‘married to the job.’
Once Kate and William return from the Maldives, they’ll have just a few weeks to get their new nanny aquainted with the family before they all head off on their royal tour of New Zealand and Australia.
With such a jam-packed schedule for the tour, we’re sure the parents will welcome having an extra pair of hands.