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Kate Middleton Reportedly Hired The Queen's Housekeeper, Antonella Fresolone, For Her New Home (PHOTOS)

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Did Prince William and Kate Middleton just swipe Queen Elizabeth's housekeeper for their new home? If recent reports are to believed, then, yes they did.

According to the Sunday Express, the Duke and Duchess have hired the Queen's housemaid, Antonella Fresolone, to tend to their new apartment in Kensington Palace.

Fresolone, who has worked in Buckingham Palace for 13 years, has supposedly already started taking charge in the couple's current Nottingham Cottage house. "Antonella is renowned for being very hardworking. She is extremely dedicated and fully intends for this job to become her whole life," a source told the newspaper.

The expectant couple has been looking for the perfect housekeeper since January. They've finally found some help, thanks to granny.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story. And be sure to head over to the Sunday Express for more information. H/T People magazine.

Amongst Fresolone's duties will be caring for all of these beauties:

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