Prince William’s former nanny will make the ideal baby-sitter!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bowed to the inevitable and hired a nanny for their seven-week-old son, Prince George.

They have decided to keep it in the family, however – asking William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to come out of retirement and lend a hand part-time.

Palace sources had let it be known as recently as June that the pair had no plans to pay for extra care.

But, sources admit, William and Kate have quickly realised they are not a ‘super-couple’ and need some help, particularly as the duchess is slowly returning to limited royal duties.

Miss Webb, 71, cared for the prince and his brother, Harry, in the early 1990s. She was eventually let go by Princess Diana, who often became jealous of those her sons grew close to.

But William, now 31, enjoyed a warm, loving relationship with his nannies, and has always regarded Miss Webb fondly. He ensured she was a guest of honour at both his 21st birthday party and his wedding two years ago.

Now, some 25 years on, she is looking after William’s own son – and the Cambridges believe George couldn’t be in better hands.

Nanny Webb was on duty last night when the couple took to the red carpet for only their second official engagement since their son’s birth on July 22.

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They had hoped to do it all themselves. But, as many new parents have realised before them, sometimes you need an extra pair of hands.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bowed to the inevitable and hired a nanny for their seven-week-old son, Prince George.

They have decided to keep it in the family, however – asking William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to come out of retirement and lend a hand part-time.

Palace sources had let it be known as recently as June that the pair had no plans to pay for extra care.

But, sources admit, William and Kate have quickly realised they are not a ‘super-couple’ and need some help, particularly as the duchess is slowly returning to limited royal duties.

Miss Webb, 71, cared for the prince and his brother, Harry, in the early 1990s. She was eventually let go by Princess Diana, who often became jealous of those her sons grew close to.

But William, now 31, enjoyed a warm, loving relationship with his nannies, and has always regarded Miss Webb fondly. He ensured she was a guest of honour at both his 21st birthday party and his wedding two years ago.

Now, some 25 years on, she is looking after William’s own son – and the Cambridges believe George couldn’t be in better hands.

Nanny Webb was on duty last night when the couple took to the red carpet for only their second official engagement since their son’s birth on July 22.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2419604/Prince-William-hires-old-nanny-Jessie-Webb-George.html#ixzz2fQjw7JcW
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They had hoped to do it all themselves. But, as many new parents have realised before them, sometimes you need an extra pair of hands.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bowed to the inevitable and hired a nanny for their seven-week-old son, Prince George.

They

They had hoped to do it all themselves. But, as many new parents have realised before them, sometimes you need an extra pair of hands.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bowed to the inevitable and hired a nanny for their seven-week-old son, Prince George.

They have decided to keep it in the family, however – asking William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to come out of retirement and lend a hand part-time.

Palace sources had let it be known as recently as June that the pair had no plans to pay for extra care.

But, sources admit, William and Kate have quickly realised they are not a ‘super-couple’ and need some help, particularly as the duchess is slowly returning to limited royal duties.

Miss Webb, 71, cared for the prince and his brother, Harry, in the early 1990s. She was eventually let go by Princess Diana, who often became jealous of those her sons grew close to.

But William, now 31, enjoyed a warm, loving relationship with his nannies, and has always regarded Miss Webb fondly. He ensured she was a guest of honour at both his 21st birthday party and his wedding two years ago.

Now, some 25 years on, she is looking after William’s own son – and the Cambridges believe George couldn’t be in better hands.

Nanny Webb was on duty last night when the couple took to the red carpet for only their second official engagement since their son’s birth on July 22.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2419604/Prince-William-hires-old-nanny-Jessie-Webb-George.html#ixzz2fQjw7JcW
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have decided to keep it in the family, however – asking William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to come out of retirement and lend a hand part-time.

Palace sources had let it be known as recently as June that the pair had no plans to pay for extra care.

But, sources admit, William and Kate have quickly realised they are not a ‘super-couple’ and need some help, particularly as the duchess is slowly returning to limited royal duties.

Miss Webb, 71, cared for the prince and his brother, Harry, in the early 1990s. She was eventually let go by Princess Diana, who often became jealous of those her sons grew close to.

But William, now 31, enjoyed a warm, loving relationship with his nannies, and has always regarded Miss Webb fondly. He ensured she was a guest of honour at both his 21st birthday party and his wedding two years ago.

Now, some 25 years on, she is looking after William’s own son – and the Cambridges believe George couldn’t be in better hands.

Nanny Webb was on duty last night when the couple took to the red carpet for only their second official engagement since their son’s birth on July 22.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2419604/Prince-William-hires-old-nanny-Jessie-Webb-George.html#ixzz2fQjw7JcW
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have asked William’s former nanny to come out of retirement to help them look after Prince George.

Jessie Webb, who is now 71 years old and looked after William and Prince Harry in the early 1990s, has come out of retirement to give the royal couple a hand part-time.

Although it was widely believed William and Kate would not employ a nanny, as their royal duties are increasing, just like any parents they will need a baby-sitter! Miss Webb looked after baby George when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the inaugural Tusk Conservation Awards at the Royal Society in London last week.

They have decided to keep it in the family, however – asking William’s former nanny, Jessie Webb, to come out of retirement and lend a hand part-time.

Palace sources had let it be known as recently as June that the pair had no plans to pay for extra care.

But, sources admit, William and Kate have quickly realised they are not a ‘super-couple’ and need some help, particularly as the duchess is slowly returning to limited royal duties.

Miss Webb, 71, cared for the prince and his brother, Harry, in the early 1990s. She was eventually let go by Princess Diana, who often became jealous of those her sons grew close to.

But William, now 31, enjoyed a warm, loving relationship with his nannies, and has always regarded Miss Webb fondly. He ensured she was a guest of honour at both his 21st birthday party and his wedding two years ago.

Now, some 25 years on, she is looking after William’s own son – and the Cambridges believe George couldn’t be in better hands.

Nanny Webb was on duty last night when the couple took to the red carpet for only their second official engagement since their son’s birth on July 22.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2419604/Prince-William-hires-old-nanny-Jessie-Webb-George.html#ixzz2fQkMmkgA
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on FacebookIn a speech to guests, Prince William joked about spending his first night away from baby son Prince George.”As you might have gathered, Catherine and I have recently become proud parents – of a baby who has a voice to match any lion’s roar,” he said.

In a speech to guests, The Duke started by saying “As you might have gathered, Catherine and I have recently become proud parents- of a baby who has the voice to match any lion’s roar”

“This is actually our first evening out without him, so please excuse us if you see us nervously casting cheeky glances at our mobile phones to check all is well back home.

With such a highly regarded and well loved babysitter in charge, I’m sure all was well!

 

 

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