The staggering amount of money Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s nanny makes

The Royal Family has a whole host of staff at their service, including butlers, chefs, cleaners and of course, nannies to dote on their little ones.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are the latest in a long line of young royals to have the added benefit of a live-in nanny. While the trio’s parents, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are known for being very hands-on when it comes to their children, it’s sensible for the couple to take on extra help which can alleviate the pressures that come with their hectic work schedules.

Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo has been the nanny to the Cambridge children since each of them were small, having started working for the family eight years ago when Prince George was a few months old in 2014, MyLondon reports.

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The famous college where she studied is widely considered to be one of the best institutions in the world as it lands their graduates in hugely successful and highly paid jobs working for everyone from celebrities to the royals.

Maria is originally from Spain and heralds from the city of Palencia. She received her formal training at the prestigious Norland College, located in Bath.

The college website reads: “Norland offers world-class training to those aspiring to be the very best professional childcare practitioners.”



She studied at Norland College

In order to be accepted onto the £ 15,000- a year course you must have at least three Cs at A-Level and be able to show a passion and commitment to caring for young children. While that sounds easy enough, the college only welcomes around 100 pupils a year.

The subjects that are taught at the school have previously been described as a mix between ‘Mary Poppins and James Bond’ as students will learn everything from self defense, martial arts and getaway driving.

When graduate students after four years, they will certainly be excited at the future opportunities that lie ahead of them as Norland Nannies are always in high demand.



Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo with the Queen
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo with the Queen

According to FEMAIL, newly qualified nannies can earn up to £ 42,000 for a non-residential role while some earn up to £ 120,000 after a few years’ experience. This attractive salary also includes the benefits of designer handbags, trips abroad and luxurious living quarters.

The Principal at the college, Dr Janet Rose, said: “Among many traits, Norland Nannies needs to be loving, kind, honest, creative, practical, responsible, organized and willing to continually learn and improve in order to do the very best for the families and young children with whom they work.

“We aren’t looking for an in-depth knowledge of babies and young children because we will teach them this. Instead we’re looking for what we can’t teach – an absolute commitment to being the person that changes the world through shaping the life of the children they work with. “

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