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13 Celebs Parents Who Are All About Their Nannies And 6 Who Avoid The Subject

Not every celebrity parent is open about their relationship with their staff, and things get extra weird when it comes to nannies.

Having a nanny, if not multiple, is pretty much a given in most celeb circles.

That said, some celebrities embrace and celebrate the help they get while others don't acknowledge them much.

For some, it's a matter of privacy. For others, it ends up being a scandal. Let's see where some of our favorite celebrity parents fall.

1. George and Amal Clooney say they have just one nanny who helps with their twins, Alexander and Ella.

George and Amal Clooney laughing together at an event

2. Pink says she'd prefer that she and husband, Carey Hart, do it all themselves, even when they're touring, as long as it isn't too hard on their kids.

Pink, Carey Hart, Willow Sage Hart, and Jameson Hart

3. Gwyneth Paltrow didn't think she needed a nanny until she was getting ready to tour with her then-husband, Chris Martin, and their one-year-old daughter, Apple.

Gwyneth Paltrow and daughter Apple watch, Chris Martin of Coldplay perform on stage

4. It wasn't known that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner had a nanny until it was revealed Ben and one nanny had an affair as their marriage was falling apart.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck walking, talking, and drinking coffee

5. Showrunner extraordinaire Shonda Rhimes said she couldn't do all she does, or even have gotten started on her empire, without help.

Shonda Rhimes smiling at an event

6. Gwen Stefani praised the importance of nannies in her life even after her ex, Gavin Rossdale, was rumored to have cheated with one.

Gwen Stefani and her sons

7. Hilaria and Alec Baldwin definitely need a hand with their ever-growing brood.

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin matching in suits with their children at "boss baby" premiere

8. Ethan Hawke married his and Uma Thurman's former nanny, Ryan Shawhughes.

Ethan Hawke and Ryan Hawke attend the premiere of Marvel Studios' "Moon Knight" at El Capitan Theatre on March 22, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

9. Charlize Theron resisted getting a nanny, but once she did, it changed the game.

Charlize Theron posing at an event

10. Zoe Saldana says her nannies raise the kids with her and husband Marco Perego.

Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego posing at an event

11. The Beckhams sued a former nanny who spoke to the tabloids about alleged friction in their marriage.

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham at a soccer match in August 2021

12. Ali Fedotowsky-Manno says finally trusting a nanny helped her get "some of my sanity back."

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno on the set of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood on September 10, 2020

13. Kate Gosselin went through 11 nannies who helped with her eight kids.

Kate Gosselin and her eight kids on "Celebrity Wife Swap"

14. Andy Cohen passed his nanny off to BFF Anderson Cooper when he welcomed his son, Wyatt.

Andy Cohen talking and gesturing with his hands

15. Khloé Kardashian questioned why the press made such a big deal out of her hanging out with her nanny and daughter True.

Khloé Kardashian talking in clear heels and a short tank dress

16. Mariah Carey was willing to work with nannies when her twins were younger, but she also let them know who was boss in her own direct way.

Mariah Carey sitting and smiling

17. Selma Blair tried hiring a nanny but ultimately found she couldn't bring herself to rely on that person.

Selma Blair and son Arthur posing

18. Kylie Jenner felt better having someone with more experience around as she learned the ropes as a young new mom.

19. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds felt more comfortable relying on family than hiring help.

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds pose together at event

What celebs do you expect have lots of help? Which do you think do it alone? There's no shame in anyone's parenting game, but share your thoughts in the comments!