Kate Middleton and Prince William Won’t Hire Nanny For Their Baby

Sunday, December 9, 2012

PRINCE William and Kate Middleton plan to break with royal tradition by not employing a full-time nanny.

The couple — who recently announced they’re expecting their first child together — intend to be hands-on parents, and Kate is planning to look after her child without the help of someone 24 hours a day.

Kate and Wills may employ a part-time nanny who will fulfill the role as a “babysitter” by looking after their baby when they have to attend events.

“Catherine and William are determined to be hands-on parents,” a source said.

“Her parents are very excited about the baby and will help out as much as possible.

“They will, probably, use a part-time nanny to help them out when they have to attend events and don’t have a babysitter, but they don’t want a full-time nanny.”

It was recently revealed that Kate’s pregnancy was even a secret from the Queen!

According to Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper, Kate and William only decided to announce the news of the pregnancy because Middleton was this afternoon taken to King Edward VII Hospital in central London with acute morning sickness and is expected to be kept in for several days. She was admitted only as a precautionary measure.

However, Kate’s parents were already aware their eldest daughter was expecting because she was taken ill while staying at their family home in Berkshire this weekend.

“The pregnancy is in its very early stages — the couple only found out very recently that they were expecting. But because she has been admitted to hospital and will have to stay in for a few days, they made the difficult decision to make things public,” a source said.

Sources suggested that the Duchess was hooked up to an intravenous drip to increase her fluid and nutrient levels.

Meanwhile, here’s some pictures of Kate’s little breasts:

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