Royal Couple have picked a Spanish-born nanny for Baby George
William and Kate have chosen a new nanny for Prince George. The new nanny, who is thought to have started working for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last month, is currently being shown the ropes by Kate’s mum Carole Middleton.
William and Kate are currently enjoying a romantic break in the Maldives. They arrived in the capital Malé last Thursday on their first trip away alone together since the birth of baby George last summer.
Sources say the Spanish-born nanny, who “lives for her job” is using this time to bond with baby George. The dark-haired woman, who is in her late 30s, has been seen out and about with her charge. They´ve been spotted strolling around London´s Hyde Park, a protection officer in tow.
Next month, when William and Kate take their son on his first official trip overseas, the new nanny will go with them and take charge while his parents are carrying out official engagements. The family will be visiting New Zealand and Australia.
Despite the new nanny, who replaces Jessie Webb, William´s former nanny, it´s believed that while the couple are abroad this time George will remain under the principal care of his grandmother Carole.