It seems the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are seeking someone to take care of their son Prince George when the three of them travel to New Zealand and Australia come April.
According to the Daily Mail, the royal tyke's current nanny, Jessie Webb, has reached the end of her contract.
The 71-year-old Webb, who served as William and Prince Harry's caregiver when they were young, had come out of retirement to help the new parents with their child seven weeks after he was born. The agreement, though, was that Webb would only work for about three months.
And while the Duke and Duchess are reportedly interested in keeping Webb on for longer, they apparently are looking for the extra help for the four-week tour.
"I can't imagine that she will want to be traveling around the world at her age," the Mail cites a source as saying.
It was announced back in December that the royal family had been invited Down Under by the New Zealand and Australian governments. The trio are scheduled to make a stop in New Zealand before heading to Australia. Little George will be about nine months old when the trip finally rolls around.
Will's last visit to New Zealand was back in March 2011, right after an earthquake hit the country. He visited Australia during the same trip and toured flood-damaged areas of Queensland and Victoria.
Interestingly enough, Will made his very first trip Down Under with his parents back in 1983, when he, too, was nine months old.
Like George, this will also be Kate's first trip to New Zealand and Australia.