Don’t think it’s easy to become a nanny for royal children, because it’s not. You have to have the right school for it and all.
Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo is a royal nanny ever since Prince George was born. This supernanny is now attending to all of the three Kate and William’s children – George, and Louis.
She was recommended to William and Kate after she finished her training at the prestigious Norland College in Bath, 100 miles west of London, and after she obtained some experience with other upper-class families. Norland is now famous as the Harvard for English nannies. Norland’s students learn things like defensive driving to security training so they can appropriately work for the royals and other high-profile families.
They wear almost no makeup, a brown uniform, which includes a bow tie, felt hat, and white gloves. The school was established in 1892. The school lasts for three years, and only after you mastered diaper-folding methods, pushing large Silver Cross prams, and taekwondo you can get your diploma.
Even though the things have changed since Queen Elizabeth was a baby, the nannies are still required to have a mixture of expertise and practice.