Kate Middleton has showed no signs of slowing down since announcing her pregnancy last year and with so many things to prepare before the arrival of her first child in July, we bet she’s sighing with relief that at least she can tick finding a reliable housekeeper off her list of things to do.
The Duchess is said to have hired a new employee, who was a trusted servant to the Queen, to help out at their home when their newborn arrives in the summer.
Kate and Will's hosusekeeper comes highly recommended by the Queen (WENN)
The sought-after job was given to 42-year-old Antonella Fresolone, who was one of the Queen’s three top housemaids, according to Hello! magazine and apparently is know for her wonderful Italian cooking.
The weekly magazine have reported that Fresolone began her new post at Kensington Palace two weeks ago, where the parents-to-be are renovating their new family home.
And it seems that Fresolone has been a godsend for Kate and Wills who is said to be already tending to their needs - especially seven months pregnant Kate - in the run up to the birth.
Fresolone will have no doubt come highly recommended by the Queen who she has worked for for 13 years at Buckingham Palace.
"Antonella is renowned for being very hard working. She is extremely dedicated and fully intends for this job to become her whole life. The Queen will have given it her blessing. She does not like to stop people progressing through the ranks and will be happy that William and Kate have someone they can trust," a Royal insider revealed.
She has been deemed perfect for the new role in which William and Kate outlined "discretion, loyalty and reliability" as paramount.
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