The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for a new member of staff at their London royal residence, Kensington Palace.
- Duchess Catherine and Prince William are hiring a housekeeper to help out at home.
- The vacancy is advertised on the official Royal Family website and is currently the only job vacancy.
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Work for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
The advertisement, which you can view here, explains that the Duke and Duchess are looking for an 'experienced person' to assist in Royal residences.
Detailing what they are looking for in a potential candidate, it reads: "We wish to appoint an experienced person to assist in Royal residences.
"You will support the management of all housekeeping operations and pro-actively deputise for the Senior Housekeeper, being accountable in their absence.
"You will have an organised approach and take pride in what you do."
The advert continues: "You will be able to manage a varied workload, show initiative, be content to work flexibly, including being able to travel.
"Maintaining confidentiality and exercising discretion at all times is paramount.
"This is an exciting opportunity to join a supportive and positive team.
"You will be a self-starter who also enjoys working collaboratively.
"You will be keen to take on new challenges as these arise and develop your own knowledge and skills."
The closing date for applications is 7 November. Click here to apply.
Duchess Catherine and Prince William live in Apartment 1A with their three children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
The apartment boasts 20 bedrooms, five reception rooms, dressing rooms, a view of Hyde Park plus staff quarters.
They moved into the palace in October 2013 after their first child, George, was born.
London’s Kensington Palace currently houses more than 10 members of the royal family and has been a royal residence since the 1600s.
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