Royal Nanny out with Prince George, Queen Celebrates Commonwealth Day

Photos have been released of the Cambridge’s newly-hired nanny. Speculations originally had the nanny’s age as 22 years old, however this has proved false.

The Spanish native nanny reportedly has 20 years of nanny experience, upping her age to early or mid-30’s. Some frown at the royal couple’s pick, while the British royals have a tradition of hiring older, British women as their nannies.

So long as Prince George is receiving the proper care any baby deserves, I don’t think her age or nationality is really much of a concern.

The debate about whether or not it was appropriate for the Cambridge’s to leave Prince George behind, however, rages on.

Commonwealth Day 2014

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 10:  Prince Phillip and HRH Queen Elizabeth II attend the Commonwealth day observance service at Westminster Abbey on March 10, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II. and Duke of Edinburgh arrived all smiles for Commonwealth day at Westminster Abbey. Joining them were Prince Charlies and Camilla, as well as Prince Edward and Sophie. It’s worth noting that this was the second of Sophie’s public appearances for the day, putting obvious pressure on Kate to step it up.

Royal Rewind

As we wait for Will and Kate to return, I am currently smitten with the photos from Prince William’s first royal tour to Australia back in 1983. (Also, how much does he look like Prince George!)

Photo credit: image one // image two // image three
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