A British nanny who traveled the world with billionaire families shared the wildest things she experienced on the job

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Kathryn Lord, photographed, worked as a nanny for billionaire families and traveled the world at work. Jane Fox Photography
Kathryn Lord is a British author and nanny who has previously worked for billionaire families.
Lord told Insiders that she has traveled the world with her clients and spent several weeks on a cruise ship.
She said one customer didn't allow her to say no to her child, while another gave her a butler.
Kathryn Lord is a British author and nanny who has previously traveled the world with billionaire clients for many years.
Lord is the author of the 2019 children's textbook There's More to Books Than Reading and the 2022 book More to Organizing. She told Insider that both books were acknowledged by the late Queen Elizabeth and Princess of Wales after she sent them copies and they responded in private letters.
Lord is considered an expert in childcare as she holds a Masters in Education from Durham University and often teaches workshops on the subject. She owes her expertise in part to her experience as a nanny.
Lord told Insider that while she currently works as a part-time nanny, she used to be a full-time nanny and several of her former clients were billionaires.
Kathryn Lord photographed throughout her travels as a nanny for billionaire families around the world. Jane Fox photography
Lord said that working with billionaire families often involves travel and that she is flown first class with the family's private chef to their various residences around the world. Some of those jobs were long-term, she said, including a family who employed her for about two and a half years and owned the homes around the world.
Others were short-term, including a two-week stay on a cruise ship in northern Europe. Lord said she visited South Africa, Italy, the Maldives, various remote islands and many more places during her time with these families.
Lord shared with Insiders the wildest things she's witnessed at work.
Lord said a parent gave her her credit card and told her not to refuse anything the child asked for
Lord said a client she worked for around 14 years ago gave her her credit card specifically for the child and told her not to "say no" to any of the child's requests.
"I didn't give him everything he asked for," Lord said. "But money was not an issue for them."
One family had a private chef and a masseuse
Lord said a family she worked for had a cook who was on call 24 hours a day and that the family would wake them up in the middle of the night if they got hungry. They also had a private masseuse who lived nearby, she added.
Lord said she had to get used to being served by butlers
Lord said some of the vacations she took with one of her clients involved being served by butlers, which she found difficult to adjust to.
"It was a little weird for me because of course I'm there to take care of the kids but I'm told to sit down and be served and I don't like being served," she said.
"But it's the dynamic, and that's what happens," she added.
Looking back, Lord said he would only change one thing about the experience
Lord said she thoroughly enjoyed working for billionaire families and looking back on the experience there was only one thing she would change, and that is to recognize the value of her own time.
“My time is still worthy. I think some of the families - not all - took advantage of my time and kindness," Lord said.
“With some families I felt like I couldn't say no, so I worked longer hours. Then it leads to burnout and fatigue, and you can't do your job properly. You're there for the kids, and when you're wiped out, you can't support them in the best possible way," she added.
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