'Beverly Hills Nannies': 'There's a fine line' for child caretakers of the rich and famous

We've seen how the real housewives of the rich and powerful live, but what about the hired hands who help make their lavish lifestyles possible? That's where "Beverly Hills Nannies" comes in.The brainchild of Kristin Lancione, herself a nanny who runs her own nanny placement agency, the real-life ABC Family series -- which premieres Wednesday, July 11 -- will follow nine people who either work for or are trying to work for well-heeled families in La-La-Land.Getting families to participate in the series was difficult, Lancione says, because there was no intent on pulling punches in the portrayals."There are situations where maybe a nanny thinks the family is being a little snobby or the kids are being a little bratty," she says. "We all love our families that we're with, and we're treated with respect, but there's a fine line, and sometimes we really are considered the help, and we're asked to do some outrageous tasks."Among...



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