By Staff Writer | Mar 11, 2014 11:46 PM EDT
Prince George News Update: Princess Kate, 32, originally said she did not need a full-time child-minder but the couple have bent their decision to the inevitable and taken on the new help ahead of what seems to be a demanding three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia next month, when their seven-month-old son is due to accompany them on his first official visit.
According to Yahoo, Princess Kate and Prince William have hired a nanny for Prince George. She's Spanish and has been dubbed a "Spanish supernanny" by the British press, she's in her mid-30s, and she has more than 20 years of experience.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's new hire, according to US Weekly, was spotted pushing their baby boy in a stroller, accompanied by two protection officers, in Kensington Gardens on March 4. An insider tells Us that George's nanny has reportedly lived in the U.K. for over 20 years, and has mostly cared for children of the aristocracy in the past.
"She is not married and doesn't have a boyfriend, as her life is totally dedicated to the family she is working with. She is known for being totally professional - married to the job," sources said.
The Royal Couple have taken her on to substitute 71-year-old Jessie Webb, William's nanny when he was a child, who was brought out of retirement to help the couple temporarily, shortly after George was born in July last year, according to Express.
However, the "Super nanny" is not yet taking care of the Royal Baby this week. The Duchess' parents, Mike and Carole Middleton are looking after the infant Prince while his the Royal Couple enjoy a week-long holiday, a second honeymoon, at a five star hotel, the Cheval Blanc Randheli resort on Noonu Atoll in the Maldives in the Indian Ocean as identified by Express.
BBC News reported that the Royal Family tour on April will originate in Wellington, where the royal couple will be greeted with a ceremonial welcome to New Zealand, called a Powhiri in Maori. Their time in New Zealand will also consist of a yacht race and official visit to a Maori tribe, a rugby stadium and a vineyard.
This trip is said to echo the Prince and Princess' of Wales visit three decades ago where Princess Diana captured the heart of the people from Down Under. The princess's wardrobe then was said to have weighed three tonnes and one million people were reported to have turned out to see them.
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