This Woman's Job Is To Spend All Day At Kate Middleton's Home

A royal baby can't be seen playing with chimney sweeps, after all

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Prince George has himself a new nanny, one who will not try to jump into chalk paintings on the street while taking him on walks around London. Kensington Palace confirmed today that Kate Middleton has hired someone . The new royal employee: Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who studied at Norland College, a prestigious childcare school in London. (Graduates are called "Norland Nannies," and they are a big deal/status symbol among wealthy families.)

She will go on tour with the royal family on their tour of Australia and New Zealand next month. (Unlike Kate, she won't get — well, at least not in public.) She replaces 71-year-old Jessie Webb, who'd been Prince William's nanny back in the day; Webb, who's retired, had a temporary contract taking care of baby George. Really, once you've changed one royal's diapers, you've changed them all.

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