Kate Middleton and Prince William will be breaking from tradition and not hiring an additional nanny to help out with their newborn.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge previously hired a nanny and a house assistant to look after their children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.
However, Us Weekly has reported that the pair will not be calling in extra help when their third child is born, with a source claiming they could handle the extra tot themselves.
“They didn’t feel the need for an additional nanny,” they said.
“They feel they can handle everything with the same arrangement as before.”
While the pair have not recruited any staff for the third heir to the throne, they have enlisted top obstetrician, Alan Farthing, to come out of retirement especially to help Kate give birth.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Reach Academy Feltham [Getty ]
Kate, who already shares Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, with Prince William, is also planning to break tradition with her third tot by ditching the exclusive Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital for her family home.
According to Express.co.uk, a source has revealed she’d love to have her baby in Kensington Palace or Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate.
The insider told the site: “Catherine has said she would love to have her baby at home.
“She has discussed it with William and he is being very supportive. They both think it would be lovely for the family to have a home birth, particularly for George and Charlotte.
“Above all, they both agree that having a home birth would save a massive intrusion into the day to day running of any hospital where she gave birth.
“They were very concerned about the chaos caused with the first two children as hundreds of press and public camped outside for several days, and they would like to avoid a repeat if they could.
“They don’t think it’s fair on other patients at the hospital and people visiting their relatives.”