Though, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are still over six months away to welcome their first child, they want to be full-time parents to raise their kid.
Traditionally, the royals always appointed full-time child care for their wards. Prince William was very close to Olga Powell, his childhood nanny and he even suspended all of his engagements so that he can attend her funeral earlier this year.
But, Kate and Prince William want to break away from that royal tradition and want to be more involved in their upbringing of their child. However, they may appoint a part-time nanny, to babysit their baby, when they are away on their engagements, but wonât hire a full-time nanny. Kateâs parents, Michael and Carole Middleton also agreed to extend their hands when needed.
A friend near to the royals said to Daily Mail, âCatherine and William are determined to be hands-on parents. They will, probably, use a part-time nanny to help them out when they have to attend events and donât have a babysitter, but they donât want a full-time nanny.â