Kate Middleton is taking a trip in April and she needs some help. According to Yahoo Shine on Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge is on the hunt for a Royal nanny so she can bring Prince George to Australia and New Zealand when she goes on the trip.
Apparently finding a nanny for Prince George isn’t an easy task. Looking for the right person means trusting someone to be around the Royal family and the care for the child needs to be superior. Add that there has to be a substantial background check, security clearances and perhaps a personable charm and Kate Middleton will need a miracle to find a full-time caregiver by April.
For the moment Prince George is being cared for by Prince William’s nanny. The 71-year-old woman, Jessie Webb, took care of Prince Harry too when he was a child. While it’s doubtful that she will stay on to watch Prince George long-term, this does allow Kate Middleton some time to sleep, live and be involved in social outings.
The jobs surrounded the Royals always have been held by people who the family has trusted for decades. It wouldn’t be surprising if Kate Middleton picks a friend of her families or even Prince William’s family for the long-term job, but for now Prince George appears to be in very capable hands!