Hero nanny of Harry Kane’s children praised for ‘averting disaster’

Hero nanny of Harry Kane's children praised for 'averting disaster'

The nanny of Harry Kane’s children has been hailed as a hero for ‘averting disaster’ during a three-car crash in Germany. Kane’s kids were said to have been involved in a ‘serious’ accident which resulted in them being taken to hospital.

The incident took place on Monday afternoon in Schaftlarn, a municipality south of Munich. It came as Kane was in London prepping for Bayern Munich’s Champions League quarter-final with Arsenal.

According to The Sun, three different cars were present in the accident, with Kane’s three kids in a Mercedes van, driven by the children’s nanny. It’s said the ‘quick-thinking’ of the nanny prevented any serious damage from being caused, as they brought the Mercedes to a calm stop after being hit on the road, while avoiding the other vehicle involved.

As a result, the nanny has been praised for their actions, with a source close to The Sun saying: “The Kane’s nanny did an incredible job of protecting the children. None of this is her fault. She might be on German roads, but she had right-of-way. It was the German driver who cut across her path and smashed into her. She would only have had milliseconds to react.

“You can see from the pictures it was a serious smash, but the Kane children would have felt nothing other than a bang. She really has averted disaster.”


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