It’s only been days since the highly anticipated arrival of the Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, and already her parents may be looking for a new nanny to care for her.
According to royal insiders, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge learned the first time around, when Prince George was born, that they need an extra set of hands the first few weeks.
According to the U.K.’s Telegraph, they have reportedly already made arrangements with the world-famous Norland nanny agency for a maternity nurse.
The nurse will join the ranks alongside Spanish full-time caretaker Maria Borrallo, who was hired from Norland when Prince George was seven months old.
The happy parents introduced Princess Charlotte to the world Saturday evening, just 12 hours after the Duchess checked into a London hospital to give birth. The baby weighed in at 8 pounds, 3 ounces.
On Monday, royal officials announced the princess’ full name Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, a tribute to her grandparents and great-grandmother.
Charlotte, the feminine form of Charles, appears to be a nod to the newborn's grandfather, Prince Charles. The middle names honor Queen Elizabeth II, the infant's 89-year-old great-grandmother, and the late Princess Diana, William's mother.
The princess is fourth in line to the throne after Charles, William and her older brother Prince George.
Charles Spencer, Diana's brother, was among the first to react on Twitter.
"Perfect names. My 2-year old Charlotte Diana will be thrilled at cousinly name-sharing," he tweeted.
Earlier Monday, Westminster Abbey's bells pealed and gun salutes were fired across London in honor of the newborn princess. In a display of traditional pageantry, dozens of deafening volleys were fired from Hyde Park and the Tower of London to mark the occasion.
During the next couple of weeks, the royal couple is expected to be joined by the Duchess’ parents to help out at Kensington Palace before heading to Anmer Hall, their mansion on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate to spend time with their children.
“It’s a very important time for the family to be together and spend some private time together and it’s probably easier to do that in the country than it is in central London,” a royal insider told the Telegraph.
Kensington Palace has not made any announcements regarding the hiring of a new nanny.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.