08/12/2013 10:03 EDT

Prince George's Care: Kate Middleton, Prince William Ask Former Nanny For Help

Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal schedules are bound to be busy, so who will lend a hand with baby Prince George?

Will and Kate have asked his former nanny Jessie Webb to come out of retirement to help look after the newborn royal baby, according to UK paper The Daily Mirror.

“William has very fond memories of Jessie and they’ve put the idea to her that she comes back,” a source said.

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Webb, 71, looked after William at a young age, and when Charles and Diana’s marriage was on the rocks, “she tried her best to keep the boys away from the tears and the rows,” a former colleague of Webb’s told the Mirror.

Although a Kensington Palace rep told the Daily Mail it’s “too early to talk about potential childcare arrangements,” the subject is bound to be on William and Kate’s minds.

Will returned to work as an RAF search-and-rescue pilot in Anglesey last week, leaving Duchess Kate and George at her parents’ home in Bucklebury for the time being.

And while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been laying low in their early days of parenting, they reportedly have a number of plans for the near future.

The new family is said to be planning a visit Balmoral, the Queen’s Scottish estate, and Prince George’s christening is expected to take place in the fall.