Madonna has hired a male nanny to look after her adopted son. The pop superstar was looking for someone to care for 23-month-old David Banda and when she realized there were no suitable female candidates, she decided to employ a 'manny'.
The man will live in Madonna's luxurious London home along with the singer's husband Guy Ritchie and her other children, Lourdes, 10, and seven-year-old Rocco.
However, he has been told he will only be caring for David, who Madonna adopted from a Malwai orphanage last October.
The 'Hung Up' singer has also reportedly given her 'manny' strict house rules, which include no sex, no watching TV and no newspapers or magazines.
A source told Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper: "Madonna is very strict with her rules for whoever looks after her children as she wants the best standards for them."
"He will be a live-in nanny and need to be available 24/7. He has been given specific instructions never to bring a girlfriend back to the house and not to bring home any women younger than 30."
"She has also banned him from watching TV in the house, having a TV in his room and reading newspapers or magazines at home."
Madonna's former nanny, Melissa Duma, wrote an explosive book about her one-time employer, claiming her marriage to Guy was on the rocks, the couple are money-obsessed and live on extremely strict diets.
However, the 49-year-old singer successfully stopped the book from being released.