Nina Naustdal has everything taken care of.
She’s a 34-year-old mother-of three-and she has everything – from the cooking to the chauffeuring to the parenting – absolutely, unequivocally taken care of.
The only thing is, she doesn’t do any of it herself.
“If you want something done,” Naustdal told The Telegraph in the UK. “You can get somebody else to do it.”
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She’s part of the UK reality show Too Posh for Parenting and, in an approach that might seem shocking to all those mothers who do have to partake in the tying of the shoelaces, the cleaning-up-of-the-vomit, the talking-between-a-door-that’s-just-been-slammed-in-your-face moments of blissful motherhood, Naustdal outsources her parenting.
Naustdal employs a nanny for each of her children, two tutors, a personal assistant, a chef, butler and chauffeur-come-bodyguard.
Anything else? (She also has seven Chihuahuas)
She’s not the only one.
The show also follows the story of a woman called Lauren, who openly admits to being “too posh for parenting”.
She has five children, but she also has better things to do with her time.
“I like to go to cocktail parties,” she said. “It makes me a better wife for my husband, because I’m not stuck at home.”
(All of a sudden, we’re also desperate for a cocktail. Funny that.)
And these alien-like women-and-mothers-and-wives, who live in a world where anything is seemingly possible and everything can be done by somebody else, are not only found on reality television.