Royal Children: As author Louis Heren reveals the banned word for the royal nannies, the reason for doing so justifies the question of why we should too adopt this practice at our ends.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge married to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge has three lovely children. Even though Middleton often stays busy with her royal duties, she still manages to share a strong and loving bond with her children. During this time the royal children are cared for by the royal nanny.
Louis Heren spent a year at the Norland School for Nannies from where all the royal nannies are appointed from. She revealed that the nannies have a strict set of rules to be followed around the children of the royal family.
Maria Turrionis also trained at the Norland School for nannies in Bath. The nanny of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis too has a similar set of rules but one of them seems to surprise us. Heren told the Mirror that the nanny is not allowed to say the word ‘kid’ around the children. This indicates respect for them as individuals irrespective of their age.
When asked about the relationship of the duchess with her nanny, Heren said, “I imagine her relationship with Maria is very close and they collaborate greatly on the care of the children.”
She further added,”I’ve spoken to nannies who have worked with other royal families and life is pretty normal. You get up, have breakfast, you go to school and you wear your school uniform whether you like it or not. It would be quite like the average British school children.”
Some of the duties of the royal children’s nanny are also to maintain a healthy bond between the parent and the child without crossing their line of interference.
Kate also opened up about Motherhood quoting from The Independent, “It’s a constant challenge – you hear it time after time from mums, even mums who aren’t necessarily working and aren’t pulled in the directions of having to juggle work life and family life.” Apart from being an exceptional mother, Middleton is also the first princess to hold a graduate degree in the royal family. royal children
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