Royal family: The insane amount of money Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s nanny earns

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are the latest in a long line of young royals to additionally benefit from a live-in nanny. While the trio’s parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are known to be very active when it comes to their children, it’s a good idea for the couple to take extra help which can ease the pressures that come with their schedules. busy work.

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

The famous college where she studied is widely regarded as one of the best institutions in the world, as it equips its graduates with extremely successful and high-paying jobs, working for everyone from celebrities to royals. .

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Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo studied at Norland College

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

The college’s website reads, “Norland provides world-class training for those who aspire to become top child care professionals.”

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. Although it sounds easy enough, the college only accepts about 100 students per year.

The subjects taught at the school have previously been described as a cross between “Mary Poppins and James Bond”, as students will learn everything from self-defense, martial arts and getaway driving.



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Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo has worked for the family since 2014

When students graduate after four years, they are sure to be excited about the future opportunities that await them, as Norland nannies are always in high demand.

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 of experience. This attractive salary also includes the benefits of designer handbags, overseas travel, and luxurious accommodations.

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

“We are not looking for in-depth knowledge of babies and young children because we are going to teach them that. Instead, we are looking for what we cannot teach – an absolute commitment to being the person who changes the world by shaping the lives of the children they work with.

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