Kate wants mom as 'travel nanny'

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03 December 2013

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want Carole Middleton to join them on their tour of Australia to help look after their four-month-old son, Prince George, while they carry out royal engagements.

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want Carole Middleton to join them on their tour of Australia.

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The royal couple are hoping Kate’s mother will help look after their four-month-old son, Prince George, during the action packed trip Down Under next year.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper, "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. That's what he wants for George, so he and Kate are enlisting their help whenever they can."

William's former nanny Jessie Webb (71) had been working for the pair part-time, but is unable to join them in Australia.

Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana left nine-month-old 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 at all times.

Since giving birth to George in July, Kate has taken part in a total of nine royal engagements, but none of them have required her to be away from her baby for too long.

Meanwhile, William is also planning a solo tour to Kenya late next year after the family returns from their trip to Australia.

-Bang Showbiz

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