Madonna struggles in nanny hunt Bang! Showbiz | Tuesday, 16 January 2007 Madonna is struggling to hire a nanny to help her care for her adopted son David Banda. The Hung Up singer - who adopted the 15-month-old Malawian boy in October - has been interviewing candidates since Christmas but cannot find a nanny who will adhere to her strict rules which includes no television and no visitors. A source told Britain's Mail On Sunday newspaper: "Madonna has been interviewing people and has used her friends Stella McCartney and Gwyneth Paltrow, who both have children, to help her find a suitable employee. But she hasn't been able to find anyone. "She is panicking a bit as she has yet to find someone who is prepared to adhere to her strict lifestyle. "Madonna doesn't believe in television. Whoever gets the job has also been warned they will be working flat out for the first three months and won't be allowed any visitors." The 48-year-old singer - who splits her time between London and Los Angeles - already has a host of minders to help her look after her daughter, ten-year-old Lourdes, and son Rocco, six. The job is said to be well paid but the nanny will be expected to live in a single room of Madonna's London townhouse, and, as her children aren't allowed to watch TV, they will not be allowed to own a television.