According to Prince William's secretary, George will hopefully be able to take part in at least one event while in New Zealand and Australia, which means that he'll need some fresh new duds, so he can look as stylish as his parents. Kate was spotted shopping at Gap in London earlier this week, where she picked up several baby items, including a plaid onesie, striped pants, and denim shorts — perfect for the warmer climate!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently hired Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo to become George's nanny, and she will accompany the family for their first tour down under. The couple had previously enlisted William's former nanny Jessie Webb to come out of retirement to take care of George for the first few months of his life while they looked for a more permanent replacement. At 71, Jessie probably wasn't able to keep up with the hectic royal schedule, especially as the family was preparing to embark on a major tour.
As Kate and William's schedule will be jam-packed with traveling and appearances, George will spend most of his time with Maria in three "hub" locations, which the royals will use as command stations during their travels. The couple will also be spending a few nights away from George to take longer journeys, so he will be left in Maria's care.
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