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Kate Middleton with William and her childrenKate Middleton parenting tip: Norland nanny on how to calm tantrums in a lockdown (Image: GETTY)

Kate Middleton employed nanny Maria Borrallo from the prestigious Norland College in Bath. The college prides itself on turning out very high-quality nannies, and they are clearly well enough qualified for the Duchess of Cambridge herself.

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One such nanny who attended the school is Nanny Louenna. The child care professional spoke exclusively with Express.co.uk to provide her tops tips for parenting, especially during lockdown.

Planning

Nanny Louenna said: "Spend 10 minutes each evening planning your child’s following day.

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"It will really help segment the day, and gives everyone a focus.

"It might feel really odd as a parent to plan your child’s following day but I really advise it as I know it makes days run smoother!

"Make sure you have the right ingredients for any baking you plan on doing, or the right supplies for a fun art activity you have in mind.

"Include downtime, outdoor time and time to play on their own to help keep a routine."

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Include breaks in the day

"Short, sharp bursts with breaks in-between contribute to more successful learning," Louenna said.

"Some children absolutely thrive on academic learning but others find it extremely hard to concentrate on letters and schoolwork so take this into consideration when planning how long you're going to ask your child to sit and focus for.

"You will learn what works best for your child.

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"I think half an hour is more than enough time for a child to sit at a table."

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