The parents are away from the house! On December 6, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton embarked on a three-day royal tour across Britain. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled 2,000 kilometers on the Royal Train. They stopped in several towns in England, Scotland and Wales to meet with “frontline workers, teachers, mental health professionals, caregivers, schoolchildren and young people to convey the nation’s thanks for their tireless efforts throughout this pandemic. “
But then who takes care of the couple’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the youngest Prince Louis? All three stayed at Kensington Palace, the 17th century family home in the heart of London. Hello magazine directly asked Kensington Palace, which declined to comment. Nonetheless, it is very likely that the children were looked after by their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who has worked with the Cambridge family since George was eight months old.
Nanny or granny?
On a regular basis, Prince William and Kate Middleton call on their nanny, whether for a walk in the park, watching the children during a royal wedding or when the couple is away on an official trip. In other circumstances, both parents also ask Kate Middleton’s mother, Carole Middleton, to babysit. It must be said that with George who is 7 years old, Charlotte who is 5 years old and Louis who is 2 years old, an extra helping hand can be welcome! In addition, the 65-year-old grandmother is very close to her grandchildren, and spends a lot of time at Kensington Palace.
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