Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince George have taken an entourage of 11 people on their royal tour of Australia and Zealand this year.
Despite the gathering being all about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and only the second time their only child has been taken out on public engagements, all eyes will be on a number of other friendly faces too.
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For starters Prince George's nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo made her debut at an event for the family as she stepped off the plane in Sydney, Australia on Monday, before they changed flights to make their way to Wellington, NZ.
The newly-employed Spanish childminder followed them closely among the media frenzy, seemingly not knowing how much interest is on her too throughout their 7-25 April travels. She was trained at the prestigious Norland College and will be taking care of George throughout the trip while his parents carry out their royal duties.
Amanda Cook is 32-year-old Kate's hairdresser and has a lot of pressure on her to make sure the brunette is looking her best despite the rain and windy conditions they arrived to Down Under. The Duke of Cambridge's press secretary Miguel Head and Rebecca Deacon, Kate's private secretary were also in sight. Rebecca’s personal assistant, Sophie Agnew, was even in tow as they switched aircrafts.
Sir David Manning, three press officers, a tour secretary, and an orderly to help manage logistics can also be viewed in the gallery above.