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The odd rules Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis must follow under 'no-nonsense' nanny

West Briton Saturday, 11 January 2020
The odd rules Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis must follow under 'no-nonsense' nannyAn author has revealed the set of techniques and tricks that the nanny, hired by Prince William and Kate Middleton, is likely to use.
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News video: What Makes a Royal Norland Nanny the Best

What Makes a Royal Norland Nanny the Best 00:59

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have their hands full with three kids, but lucky for them, they have a nanny to help. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.

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