Duke and Duchess prepare to 'hire full-time nanny'

     Prince William and his wife Kate opted not to hire a maternity nurse after the birth of their first son, George, instead opting to rely largely on the Middleton family for help. However their growing workload and a boisterous toddler means the couple are now looking for an extra pair of hands the second time around.
     Aides have enquired at London-based Norland Agency and Royal Nannies about the possibility of a full-time maternity nurse for at least three months, the Mail on Sunday reports. The Duchess already has a full-time nanny to help with 18-month-old Prince George – but it is understood she wants additional help for her second child. Speaking about their current nanny, Antonella Fresolone, 42, a royal insider said: “Antonella has already been proving invaluable to the Duke and Duchess. (Read More))

1 comment:

Spring said...

Wow! Must be nice to have so much staff to do everything for you!!
Between caring for the kids. A full time housekeeper, chef, driver, personal assistant, hairdresser.
I don't feel bad for them. Most of the "work" they do looks fun. Getting dressed up going to benefit dinners, going to museums. Talking to kids in different schools.