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Kate Middleton, Prince William, Anmer Hall, Amner, Norfolk, Britain

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Looking for a new job? Kate Middleton and Prince William are hiring!

Indeed, Prince George's mum and dad have placed an ad in The Lady magazine looking for a "discreet and loyal housekeeper" to help care for their country home in Norfolk, The Daily Mail reports.

The reported listing describes the ideal applicant as "someone with previous housekeeping experience, ideally within a large private house, and preferably within a family environment with dogs." This individual's responsibilities would include "cleaning all areas of the house to a high standard; caring for and maintaining the home owners' clothing; cleaning silverware and glassware; purchasing groceries and general provisions for the house; and dealing with deliveries..."

Prince George, Kate Middleton, Prince William

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That's not all, though! Per The Daily Mail, the classified ad for this position notes that "assisting with childcare and caring for dogs" would be part of the housekeeper's responsibilities. In other words, the ideal applicant would need to be A-OK helping out with Prince George, the family dog Lupo and Kate and William's new little prince or princess once he or she arrives.

The new housekeeper would be required to work Monday to Friday (with flexibility as needed in regards to working weekends), and living accommodations are provided for the employee as well as their partner.

If, however, you are the gossipy type, don't even bother sending in your résumé. The ad purportedly states that for this particular position, "Discretion and loyalty is paramount."

Prince George, Kate Middleton, Prince William

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But would Wills and Kate really look for help in the classy classifieds? A spokesman for The Lady told The Daily Mail, "I can't comment on any individual advertisement, but The Lady has been putting households and the very best domestic staff in touch for 130 years...Princes use The Lady, paupers use The Lady, they've even used The Lady in Downton Abbey. I wouldn't be the slightest bit surprised if Mary Poppins herself called to place an ad."

Kensington Palace declined to comment.