As Kate Middleton and Prince William await the arrival of their first child, it has been reported that the Royal couple are putting a plan of action into place, including finding a nanny to look after their little Royal bundle of joy when he or she is born.
And it appears that they won’t have to look very far as it has been claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge is preparing to ask her mum to step in and become the Royal nanny.
Believing that Kate and Prince William want Carole to help care for their child, Kate’s alleged best friend Jessica Hay told Australian magazine, New Idea:
“Kate and William are both pretty terrified about the rest of the pregnancy after the hyperemesis.
“Carole may even move in with them when the baby’s born so they don’t have to rely on a nanny. But all in all Catherine’s very happy. With so much family around her and William they’re starting to enjoy the pregnancy after such a traumatic start.”
Claiming that the Duchess, who is due to give birth in July, is still feeling unwell, Jessica went on to add:
“After the hyperemesis Kate was throwing up every 10 seconds. She still looks at food and feels nauseous.
“Catherine has that feeling you have when you’ve had food poisoning and your stomach’s shrunk – she finds it hard to eat a full meal and gets very full quickly.”