Prince William and Kate Middleton have a very hands on approach with their three children.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t need a bit of extra help when it comes to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
It will come as no surprise that the Cambridge children have the best nanny money can buy.
Maria Borrallo was hired by the Duke and Duchess after George was just eight years old in 2014.
The Royal nanny was born in Spain, and trained at the prestigious Norland College in Bath, which is known around the world for the exceptional standards of training they offer prospective carers.
As well as teaching traditional childcare, the famous school also teaches people self defence and how to escape terrorists and kidnappers.
Her qualifications make her one of the most sought-after nannies in the country, and her past clients include Mick Jagger and his wife Jerry Hall.
Maria lives in Kensington Palace, and is believed to be very strict with the children, and like all the Norland nannies has a “no nonsense” approach.
Students from the college are taught the youngsters should follow some very strict rules – so it’s likely George, Charlotte and Louis have to follow them too.
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Louise Heren, a Norland College expert and author of Nanny in a Book, told The Sun : "There will be no messing. That's because Maria will be aware that as they step off planes, holding mum's hands, smiling and waving to the crowds, there can't be any crying or terrible twos or tantrums.”
The youngsters will be expected to go to bed at 7pm on the dot, and they always play outside – even in the pouring rain.
Louise explained: “There will be lots and lots of outdoor play, that’s the one thing you could say Norland are old-fashioned about. Loads of fresh air.
“Lots of bike rides, playing with their dogs, potentially some gardening. Norland are very into teaching children through play.”
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When they aren’t outside they are taught to play traditional games – such as jigsaw puzzles.
Screen time is something that is completely up to the parents – but William has admitted they find it difficult in the past.
Louise also said that George and Charlotte will be discouraged to be fussy eaters, and new flavours and foods will be introduced every few days.
She’s also believed to be teaching the children Spanish.
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