Ever since it was announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expecting a baby, the rumour mill has been going into over drive over the unborn tot. More recently, it has been reported that Kate and Wills won’t choose to have a nanny and instead be hands-on parents, when their first-born arrives.
Prince William and pregnant Kate Middleton leave hospital (Wenn)
But a new insider has claimed that actually Kate, who has been hospitalised for treatment for severe morning sickness, and her husband William haven’t even decided on those details yet.
The couple, have now made several appearances since Kate left hospital earlier this month after a three-night stay at London’s Edward VII.
"Forget all the stories about nannies, how many William and Kate will have, whether they will have one at all," a royal source told E! News. "They have not made any decisions yet on that. The likely scenario is that they will follow royal protocol but it's too early to say, as they have not decided on how many nannies, if they will have a nanny, etc."
Earlier today, we spoke to Will and Kate’s rep, who insisted that no confirmation can be given about the couple’s whereabouts at Christmas as a new report surfaced suggesting that Kate’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton had been invited to Sandringham for festivities.