The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have three children – Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three. When the two royal parents are away, the three children are looked after by Maria Borrallo who was trained at the prestigious Norland College in Bath.
When studying at the prestigious school, nannies are taught to avoid the word ‘kids’ on the job, Norland expert Louise Heren has revealed.
This means the royal nanny must always refer to George, Charlotte and Louis by their names rather than addressing them collectively.
The author of Nanny in a Book explained that nannies are instead taught to use the children’s names at all times.
“The word kid is banned,” she told the Mirror.
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The children’s playtime takes place outside, no matter the weather, Heren explained.
“There will be lots and lots of outdoor play, that’s the one thing you could say Norland are old-fashioned about,” Heren told Fabulous Digital.
“Loads of fresh air. Lots of bike rides, playing with their dogs, potentially some gardening.
“Norland are very into teaching children through play.
“Yes you are getting mucky with your hands in the soil but you are learning how to plant.
“If it is tipping it down, they will still go out. Wet weather is just inappropriate clothing, you have to put the right stuff on.
“It doesn’t have to be strict. Just because Norland Nannies wear the brown uniform, they look quite old-fashioned, that doesn’t mean their message is old-fashioned. It’s no nonsense.”