You’ll Never Guess How Many Nannies Beyoncé Hired For Blue, Rumi and Sir

by Xara Aziz

She’s rich, famous and one-half of one of the most powerful couples on the planet. So it’s only obvious that Beyoncé would need a hand (or two) when it comes to raising her children.

The mother of three (Blue Ivy, 10, and twins Rumi and Sir, 5) reportedly has eight – yes, eight – nannies to take care of her bundles of joy. Marie Claire reported that each nanny makes roughly $100,000 a year to care for the Renaissance star’s children.

According to the report, when Rumi and Sir were born, they added six additional nannies to the two they originally hired for Blue. They added the six because the twins had sleep schedules that were not in sync with each other.

“The twins don’t sleep at the same time, so she decided she needed three per child, working in eight-hour shifts,” a source told Daily Mail.

While it is unclear whether Blue still needs a nanny around the clock, it is reported that nannies are still there help as needed. To become a nanny to the children, they must have a long list of qualifications. Of them, one report said that Bey and JAY-Z preferred that their nannies speak French.

One reason is because of Beyonce’s nephew, Julez, speaks the language fluently. (He has a French father and is the son to the Cuff It singer’s sister, Solange. They also prefer that the nannies are well-versed and familiar with Brooklyn – where JAY-Z was born and raised. Solange also lives in Brooklyn and the couple travels there often, although the couple currently lives in Bel Air.

This one might be a stretch – but reports also suggest that all nannies must follow a set of rules in a manual written by Beyoncé herself called “The Daily Program for Blue Ivy as per Mrs. Carter.”

“The handbook, written for nannies, details everything they need to know in order to take care of Blue Ivy and Beyoncé requires that they read it and sign it at the end to show their understanding,” according to YourTango. “It’s unknown if there’s a volume two for Rumi and Sir, but judging by the fact that the twins have been bolstered by an extra pair of nannies, we can certainly guess that the sequel is longer than the first.”

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