The royal family hires 'Spanish supernanny' for Prince George

By Amanda Levine,

The search for a nanny is over for the royal family, Kate Middleton and Prince William, for their eight-month old baby Prince George. It has been reported that the nanny, who is unnamed at the moment, is in her mid-30s and is Spanish.

The British press has already labeled her as the “Spanish supernanny.”

The Daily Mail stated that the woman has worked for high-society families for years and that is how Prince William and Duchess Kate heard about her. It is also reported that the woman has over 20 years of experience and doesn’t have any boyfriend or other job to distract her from dedicating her entire self to the royal family and Prince George.

According to Vanity Fair, Prince William and Middleton are on their second honeymoon in the Maldives and Prince George is currently being watched by Middleton’s parents. Their second honeymoon is controversial because some think that their baby needs their full attention and now that they will be hiring their full-time “Spanish supernanny,” some think Prince George will be missing his parents' influence in his life. However, Middleton has assured the public that her and William want to be hands-on parents.

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