Kate Middleton's Parents & Nanny Are Reportedly Watching the Kids While Duchess Is on Royal Pakistan Tour with William
Kate Middleton and Prince William's children are reportedly in the care of their nanny as their parents continue their tour of Pakistan.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Kate Middleton are on a royal tour to Pakistan; they traveled without their children, Princes George and Louis, and Princess Charlotte.
WHO IS LOOKING AFTER THE ROYAL CHILDREN?
While away, the siblings are reportedly being looked after by their trusted Nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Burrallo.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who had traveled in the past with their parents, could not join them because of their academic work, as students of the exclusive St. Thomas Battersea School in London.
"The most important qualities of a good parent is discipline"
Little Louis will get looked after while his older siblings are in school, and Burrallo has the Duchess parents, Mike and Carole Middleton, living with her and the children at Kensington Palace.
The Middletons' are equally assisting the nanny to look after their grandchildren, making it the second time in the space of two months.
MIKE AND CAROLE HELPED OUT AT A CHARITY SAILING RACE
The first time was back in August, when Kate and Prince William, competed for the King's Cup at the Charity Sailing Race at the Isle of Wight.
While the parents-of-three took part in the race, Mike and Carole looked after George and Charlotte while the nanny took care of little Louis.
Last December, the Duchess' mother, who is also a mom to her siblings, Pippa and James Middleton, and a grandmother to the former's son, Arthur, opened up about the best way to raise a child.
The successful businesswoman explained that it takes discipline and structure to raise kids.
"… I think one of the most important qualities of a good parent is discipline," she said, "That doesn't mean you are strict, but routine is vital."
The nanny is a graduate of the prestigious Norrland College, where she got an education in traditional child-rearing skills
"Maybe structure is the word; you can't start teaching [children] politeness at 13. You have to do it from the start."
BURRALLO IS A WELL-TRAINED NANNY
That same month, Burrallo got photographed looking after George and Charlotte at the Queen's annual Christmas lunch. The Spaniard has been working for Kate and Prince William since 2011 when their first child was 8-month-old.
The nanny is a graduate of the prestigious Norrland College, where she got an education in traditional child-rearing skills, cooking and sewing techniques, first aid treatment, and self-defense.
With this training, Burrallo seems equipped to look after her charges, and hold down the fort until the Duke and Duchess return from Pakistan on Friday.