Royal nanny who is looking after Kate and William’s children while they’re in Scotland

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This week has been a very busy yet heartwarming trip for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince William set out on the Royal tour of Scotland last Friday and we saw him reunite with Kate for a special appearance on Monday.

Throughout the week we have seen them attend appearances at Orkney's new hospital and they even made a trip to St.Andrews University where the couple stumbled across one another.

The pair have been touring without their three adorable little ones, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, in tow, so who has been looking after them?

Well the three children have remained in London and they attending nursery and school at present.

Their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, lives in their accommodation and is looking after the children while Kate and Will enjoy their Scotland tour.

Maria is Spanish, and she has been the nanny for the Cambridges since 2014, and first started looking after George when he was eight months old.

Kate’s mother Carole, 66, has often been seen turning up at Kensington Palace to look after the tots while their parents are away carrying out royal duties.

Maria is often spotted with Kate and William, and she was pictured in the back of the car to be on-hand at the Queen’s annual Christmas lunch a couple of years ago.

She was also spotted comforting one of the bridesmaids at Meghan and Harry’s wedding.


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Maria is a graduate of the prestigious Norland College and students here are trained in traditional child rearing skills as well as cooking and sewing techniques.

Of the college, royal commentator Victoria Murphy told ABC News: “The nannies are taught everything from defensive driving to security issues to how to care for a future king or queen.”

Graduates from the college, which pupils study at for three years, wear brown uniforms, and members of the Royal Family, including Princess Anne, have hired nannies from Norland College in the past.

According to People, Princess Charlotte has been learning Spanish from her nanny, and Kate has previously revealed that George knows the basics of the language to.

Maria made her first public appearance with the family when Will and Kate brought Prince George on their tour of Australia and New Zealand when he was a baby.

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