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Saturday 27 December 2014

Cowell nanny is comedian's mum

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman have a nanny for their son Eric
Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman have a nanny for their son Eric

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman's nanny for their baby boy is mum to a raunchy comedian, according to reports.

The Sun said that Kimberly Hightower, who has been helping looking after Eric since Valentine's Day, has a daughter of her own - funnywoman Syd Wilder.

Syd is said to like posing in skimpy outfits in sketches on hit comedy website Funny Or Die.

She was quoted as saying: "My mum is Simon Cowell's nanny. He is an amazing father - but my mum is changing all the diapers.

"He's not doing anything but he is there, he is very supportive. He loves the baby but changing diapers is what she is paid for."

Simon vowed that he wouldn't be changing nappies after announcing that Lauren was pregnant.

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