If they happen to be some of the best-known kids in the world, that doesn’t mean they don’t have to follow the same rules as other kids do.
Since they were born, the eyes of the world have been on this famous trio of siblings. Their parents have worked hard to make sure that their childhoods have been as normal as they can be.
Family nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo has Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis follow a strict bedtime routine. They are all 8 years old, Charlotte is 6 years old, and Prince Louis is 3.
He joined the royal family when Prince George was 8 months old. If you look at the caretaker’s uniform, you can see that she graduated from the Norland School in Bath, England, which is known for training caretakers for the UK’s most famous families, Town and Country magazine says. She comes from Palencia, Spain.
If a child doesn’t get enough sleep, their behaviour can change. This could happen to these kids in front of the cameras.
Norland Nanny expert Louise Heren told the Sun that there will be no messing around with the rules. This is because Maria will know that when they get off planes, they can’t cry or have bad twos or tantrums. They have to smile and wave to the crowds.
Their children’s bedtime is set for 7 pm for all three of them. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make sure they get home in time for that.
There are times when even having a nanny isn’t easy getting kids to bed at the same time every night. It takes a lot of energy that most parents don’t have at the end of the day, which is why it’s not always easy.
At a royal event in south Wales early last year, Prince William said that a certain storey had helped him get to sleep many times.
“Room on the Broom” by Julia Donaldson was on the shelf when William was meeting parents at an ice cream shop. When he saw a child reading it, he told them, “I read this to our kids all the time.” As for William, he joked that it had saved many bedtimes.
He also revealed that he had met the author when she was given a CBE for her work in literature. It was me who said, “Do you know how many parents you have saved at bedtime?.”