Want to work for Wills and Kate?

SIMONE MITCHELL
Last updated 09:24 15/01/2013
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YES MA'AM: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly looking for a 'super servant'.

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Are you bored with your current job? Are you good at taking orders? According to The Times of India, Prince William and wife Kate Middleton have advertised for a "super servant" as the royal couple prepare to become parents for the first time.

The article states that an internal advertisement at Buckingham Palace calls for a jack of all trades, someone: "To provide a high standard of housekeeping for TRH (their royal highnesses) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge".

The main duties include: "Ensuring all areas of the residence are cleaned and maintained to a high standard at all times. Caring for and maintaining personal clothing, cleaning silverware and glassware and in-house laundry."

Cleaning silverware? BORING.

The servant will also be expected to run errands, prepare basic meals when required and care for and exercise dogs, the Daily Express reports.

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