Prince William and Kate Middleton both seem set on giving their young son, Prince George, as normal of a childhood as possible. Although they could have gone to Kensington Palace with various nannies and helpers after George was born, they decided to go spend time with Kate's family at their home, without nannies.
A source explains, "There’s no special treatment. William still has to help load the dishwasher after dinner. The same will apply to George when he’s a grown boy.”
The source also adds that there are absolutely no nannies, explaining, "They’re doing as much as they can by themselves. The baby is always with one of them, or asleep. [And Prince George] already looks really different from when he was in the hospital!”
They do have a housekeeper who has been helping with dinner and the diaper changing aspect, but by and large, Kate and William are supposedly keeping the baby with them at all times. Their routine has become very repetitive, with their priority being sleep and taking care of George. But they should really be commended on refusing special treatment, and trying to live a normal few days as just parents to a new baby, as opposed to the future King and Queen who just have birth to the heir.