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‘No messing!’ Cambridges’ nanny enforces strict rules for George, Charlotte and Louis

'No messing!' Cambridges' nanny enforces strict rules for George, Charlotte and Louis

The Cambridges’ nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, has worked for the family since George was just eight months old in 2014. She now looks after William and Kate’s three tots, George, eight, Princess Charlotte six, and Prince Louis, three.

Louise Heren, the author of ‘Nanny in a Book’, spoke to The Sun about the influence the Cambridges’ nanny has had on the children’s public image.

“There will be no messing,” she said.

“That’s because Maria will be aware that as they step off planes, holding mum’s hands, smiling and waving to the crowds, there can’t be any crying or terrible twos or tantrums.”

Ms Heren added: “There will be lots and lots of outdoor play, that’s the one thing you could say Norland are old-fashioned about.

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“It’s no nonsense.”

While Borallo lives with the family at their London home, she is also expected to join the Cambridges when they embark on overseas tours, albeit behind the scenes.

Ms Borrallo, who hails from Palencia in Spain, enrolled at the prestigious Bath-based Norland College before taking on the role at Kensington Palace.

Norland College was founded in 1892 and has educated thousands of nannies in the years since its creation.

The college’s website reads: “Norland offers world-class training to those aspiring to be the very best professional childcare practitioners.”

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Travel: France enforces negative test results for UK arrivals after amber list rule change

Those travelling to France from a number of European countries will now be required to show a recent negative test when entering the. The changes come in the same week the UK Government updated rules for those returning from France.

However, the rule does not apply if coming back from France and even those who have been double-vaccinated must quarantine for 10 days.

The UK is not the only country to introduce new rules for those visiting.

France has said today it will require people arriving from six European countries to have more documents.

People entering the country must have a negative Covid test taken within the previous 24 hours.


This applies to unvaccinated arrivals from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece and the Netherlands.

It came in a statement from French prime minister Jean Castex.

The new rule is set to be enforced from this weekend and adds another barrier for entry for those who have not been vaccinated.

French politician Clement Beaune posted on Twitter: “Coming/returning from Spain and Portugal, but also from Cyprus, Greece, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom: for unvaccinated, an antigen test or PCR of less than 24 hours is required.”

The changes come into effect just days after the UK announced the different amber list rules for travellers from France.

France has also updated the guidance on wearing face coverings in public.

Earlier this year, it was mandatory to wear a mask even when outdoors.

However, the rules were relaxed outdoors in June at the same time a nightly curfew was lifted.

While many areas are still mask-free, some rules regarding face coverings have been reimposed.

Masks are set to be made mandatory when outside again in Pyrenees-Orientales.

There are many things Britons must take into consideration before travelling abroad.

Of course, they must stay up-to-date with the latest travel restrictions from our Government.

However it is also important to research the rules in the country they are entering.

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Spain enforces stricter entry rules – FCDO warns some tests ‘not accepted’ at the border

SPAIN has ramped up its entry requirement for unvaccinated Britons requiring them to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test on arrival. According to a new Foreign Office warning, some tests are now no longer accepted. What are the new rules?

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