Prince George Is So Cheeky He Apparently Needs a 'Supernanny'

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Royally cheeky! We've all heard -- and seen -- from time to time that Kate Middleton and Prince William's son, Prince George, can be a bit mischievous. From his public meltdowns to the funny faces he makes at the paparazzi, the adorable tot seems like your average 3-year-old boy -- but a handful nonetheless. In an effort to curb his cheeky ways, Kate and Will have reportedly hired a supernanny for George


Generally-speaking, children between the ages of 2 and 3 are notoriously "challenging," so it doesn't come as a surprise that the duke and duchess are bringing in the big guns right around now. But what does this elusive supernanny even even do?!

Well, for starters, she's not a supernanny in the sense that Jo Frost is a supernanny. Yes, she's going to whip George and Charlotte into shape (looking mainly at you, George), but she's armed with oh-so many more assets. 

For starters, she's a graduate of the prestigious Norland College in Bath. Also, she speaks a bajillion languages. "She's fluent in six languages and will speak to the children in French and Spanish, as well as using her skills as a qualified child behavioural specialist to help Kate and William deal with tantrums and other issues," a source told Grazia. So yeah, she's expected to do a lot more than cart the kids from school to soccer practice.

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Both Kate and Will are incredibly busy public figures with loads of responsibilities, so it doesn't exactly come as a surprise that they hired a "supernanny" so to speak. And for the amount they're paying her, her impressive qualifications also don't come as a surprise. 

If anyone can get Prince George to calm down a little, it sounds like a graduate from Norland can. But let's hope the royally spirited tot doesn't chill out too much. After all, his spunk is the best part about him. 

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