Princess Beatrice recruited a £1000-per-week nanny three months before the birth of her daughter Sienna.
PRINCESS BEATRICE hired a nanny for £1000 per week three months before her baby Sienna was born.
Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi attended the Frieze London Art Fair yesterday, less than a month after expecting their daughter. It was one of their first public trips together since the birth.
Sienna weighed 6lbs 2oz when she was born on September 18 at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Beatrice announced the name of the newest member of the Royal Family on Twitter two weeks later: Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi.
Of course, her middle name pays homage to Beatrice’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and continues a recent royal custom.
Elizabeth is the name of several royal women, including Princess Charlotte, Princess Anne, and Beatrice herself.
Despite the fact that Edoardo has a four-year-old boy named Wolfie from a previous relationship, Sienna is Beatrice’s first kid, for which she was allegedly well prepared.
Beatrice had previously engaged a £1000-a-week nanny from the renowned Norland agency, according to the Mail Online in June.
The 32-year-old also hired a maternity night nurse for an extra £200 every night.
Beatrice and Edoardo were rumored to be moving from London to a £3 million home near Blenheim Palace, where they planned to raise their baby.
“All parents must go through the rite of passage that is the realization that organizing any child-related service is a blood sport,” author Edel Coffey joked in the Irish Times.
“People may criticise Beatrice for hiring her nanny so early in her pregnancy, but I can only salute her,” she continued.
In selecting a Norland College certified nanny, Beatrice follows in the footsteps of Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who currently works full-time for the Cambridges and looks after Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, was hired by William and Kate.
Norland College is one of the most prominent nanny training institutes in the world, and has given employees to the Royal Family for many years.
Students there pursue a BA undergraduate degree in Early Years Development and Learning over the course of three years.
Following that, the aspiring nannies spend a fourth year studying for the Norland Diploma, which will prepare them to cope with the practical aspects of childcare.
According to the Telegraph, a full-time Norland nanny starts at £26,000 a year and escalates to £30,000 a year after training to be the finest in the business.
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