BABY Prince George of England has a new Spanish nanny, according to British glossy magazine Hello.
The eight-month-old heir to the throne, son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Princess Catherine (Kate Middleton), was seen being walked in his pram through Hyde Park in London this week.
He is said to have been with a lady 'in her 30s' with dark hair, who is described as the new nanny.
A Spanish woman whose name has not been revealed, she is said to have been taken on to look after the infant prince full-time.
She was accompanied by bodyguards from the Royal Household at the time, say reporters.
Although Spanish, the nanny has lived, worked and studied in the UK for at least 20 years.
She has had many years of experience caring for the children of high society parents, making her ideal for the post.
It is said that HRHs Kate and William, who have just got home from a holiday in the Maldives, hope their son will grow up bilingual and will speak both English and Spanish as a result of having a nanny from Spain.
Prince George, born on July 22 last year, is third in line to the throne after his father William and grandfather Charles, Prince of Wales.