Twenty-something nanny hired for Prince George

By admin
05 March 2014

Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine have reportedly hired a new nanny for Prince George, who is described as a young English woman in her twenties.

Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine have reportedly found a new nanny for young Prince George. The couple are thought to have recruited a new child-minder to look after their tot after their current nanny Jessie Webb (71) who previously looked after William when he was a child, gave notice last month. According to US website The Daily Beast, the new nanny is a young English woman in her twenties who is well connected within royal society and "established" with the family at Kensington Palace. Seven-month-old George will accompany William (31) and Catherine (32) during their 19-day royal visit to Australia and New Zealand next month.

 'A new addition to the party is, of course, Prince George's nanny'

Royal press secretary Miguel Head appeared to confirm the recruitment of a new nanny in an itinerary for the trip, which was released to media recently. The release reads: "The party is similar in size to recent overseas visits undertaken by Their Royal Highnesses. It consists of me and the Duchess's Private Secretary, Rebecca Deacon, three press officers, a Tour Secretary, a Personal Assistant, a Hairdresser and an Orderly to help manage the logistics. Sir David Manning will also accompany Their Royal Highnesses throughout. A new addition to the party is, of course, Prince George's nanny."

William, Catherine and George will visit Australia and New Zealand between April 7 and April 25. Among the activities the royal couple will enjoy include a game of cricket and yacht racing.

- Bang Showbiz

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