Prince William and Kate's kids won't have a live-in nanny for the first time in their lives
The family is moving to a smaller home in Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children won't have a live-in nanny for the first time in their lives when they move to their new home in Windsor.
The parents are moving into Adelaide Cottage with their three children, but their new abode doesn't have room for their staff. Instead, the family of five will be living without their staff, including Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis's nanny.
The parents have decided against living in a bigger home but instead want a "normal" residence for their three children to grow up in. Prince William and Kate's move to Windsor comes after the prince grew concerned for their safety.
According to The Telegraph, the Cambridge's nanny won't be living with them at their home in Windsor.
However, Maria Borrallo will stay on full-time, but won't be on hand to help the children 24/7.
The nanny has been working for the family since Prince George was just 8 months old. Borrallo now looks after Princess Charlotte as well as Prince Louis.
She will continue working for the family but has to live elsewhere because of their smaller home.
Earlier this month, a source close to Kate Middleton said she couldn't wait to move out of Kensington Palace because it often felt like a prison.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also looking forward to living close to Queen Elizabeth as well as Kate's parents.