Any takers? Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in search of new nanny

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14 January 2014

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly in search of a new nanny for Prince George as his current carer Jessie Webbe has reached the end of her contract and they need someone to help them while touring Australia and New Zealand this year.

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly in search of a new nanny for Prince George.

The royal couple will need to find a new carer for their seven-month-old son, who will join them on their trip to Australia and New Zealand this year, as their current nanny Jessie Webb has reached the end of her contract.

According to the MailOnline, sources claimed Jessie (71) - who looked after Prince William as a child - came out of retirement to care for Prince George on the condition that she would only work for a maximum of three months.

A source said: "I can't imagine that she will want to be travelling around the world at her age. If she does, she will need an assistant."

It was previously thought that Catherine's mother Carole Middleton would join them on their tour Down Under in order to look after her grandchild.

A source said previously: "They don't want just anyone helping out in Australia and think Carole would be perfect.

"William has always admired the close relationship between [Catherine's parents] Carole and Michael and how they've raised their children in such a happy environment."

However, the rumours have now been ruled out.

Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana left their nine-month-old son William with Jessie while they toured Australia and New Zealand in 1983, but the duke and duchess are keen to have their offspring close by them at all times.

-Bang Showbiz

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