Cute moment Prince Louis mastered royal wave by almost hitting Camillas hat off

Little Prince Louis once almost knocked his step-grandmother Camilla's hat off during a balcony appearance.

In 2019, the cute one-year-old was practising his royal wave to crowds below when he accidentally caught the future Queen consort's stylish hat.

Camilla shot round with a surprised look across her face before joyfully laughing when she realised what had happened.

It was the first time little Prince Louis, who celebrates his fourth birthday today (Saturday, April 23) appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, joined by his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also appeared on the balcony without baby Archie.

In other news, the nanny of Prince George and Princess Charlotte is reportedly earning a small fortune from her work looking after the royal offspring.

Although Prince William and Kate Middleton are a hands-on parenting couple, they benefit from the services of a live-in nanny with elite skills reported to include getaway driving.

Maria Teresa Turrion from Spain has worked with the family since 2014 and trained at the prestigious Norland College in Bath.

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The institution is widely recognised as one of the best in the world, with graduates like Turrion often landing successful and highly paid jobs working for celebrities and royals.

The college website reads: "Norland offers world-class training to those aspiring to be the very best professional childcare practitioners."

Turrion's course is said to cost £15,000 and the college only welcomes 100 pupils a year.

Subjects taught at the school have been described as a mix between "Mary Poppins and James Bond" as students learn everything from self-defence, martial arts and getaway driving.

Students graduate after four years, and reports indicate that newly qualified nannies can earn up to £42,000 for a non-residential role, with some earning upwards of £120,000 after a few years of experience.

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