Kate Middleton-approved Norland Nanny parenting tips include important weekend rule

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Prince William and Kate, 38 and 39 respectively, employed a Norland Nanny, Spanish Maria Borrallo shortly after the birth of their eldest children Prince George, seven. She has helped to raise Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.

Norland College, in Bath, is well known for turning out high-quality nannies, which have worked for high profile families.

Another Norland Nanny, Nanny Louenna, created an app to provide this expert insight to all.

Nanny Louenna spoke with Express.co.uk to provide exclusive insight to celebrate the launch.

She described a number of parenting tips amid lockdown, including an important weekend rule parents should stick to.

It is important to differentiate weekdays from weekends, the childcare expert said.

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Nanny Louenna told Express.co.uk: “Differentiate weekdays from weekends, we all love looking forward to the weekend and just because we’re in lockdown, children should still have a sense that we’re getting a rest at the weekends.

“So put the books away and have a break from homeschooling for those two days.”

This will also help to keep children in the normal working week rhythm, helping when we transition back to a more normal way of life.

Make sure children are well-fed, too, Nanny Louenna said.

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“Children who are hungry find it hard to concentrate, so prepare some healthy snacks to have on the table to stop little ones reaching for the biscuit tin.

“There are lots of snack ideas in the Nanny Louenna app.”

There are other important ways to prepare your space for home-schooling, she advises.

“Make the space your children are learning in an area which isn’t cluttered with distractions,” Nanny Louenna said.

“If there are toys on the table then your child is of course only going to want to reach for it.

“Turn the television off and put your phone on silent.

“Twenty minutes of focus is 100 times better than an hour of half-hearted learning.”

Nanny Louenna also told Express.co.uk what parents’ “number one” childcare priority should be.

She said: “A safe and happy home is the number one priority during lockdown and hopefully the end is in sight,” Louenna said.

Nanny Louenna’s app has been created for parents all around the world.

The Nanny Louenna app contains expertise from Louenna herself, as well as experts including pediatric first aid from Jenni Dunman of Daisy First Aid, pre- and post-natal fitness advice from top London trainer Lily Gredley, and speech and language expert Hannah Scully.

Parents can enjoy expertise on essentials from feeding, bathing and changing, to sleep routines, potty training and language development.

The app also contains over 100 activity ideas to do with babies and children that are both enjoyable and educational.

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