Prince William and his new wife, Kate Middleton, won't need any household help--not yet anyway. "New staff for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been put on hold. The move to Kensington Palace will go ahead, but just without the extra household staff. For now," a source told UsMagazine.com.

A different source tells the magazine that Kate, "doesn't want a housekeeper/dresser at Kensington Palace because she doesn't need one right now."

The couple's private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, confessed that is was "a mistake" to advertise for staff at this point. "We're going to take it a little slower and review at the end of the year," he said. "I've never worked for a woman before, as you'd expect in my life of work," he added as explanation for jumping the gun.

But though Prince William and Kate won't be employing any household staff right now, they do plan to bring some help on their upcoming trip to California. "The Duchess of Cambridge plans to bring hairdresser James Pryce with her on the North American tour," an insider told UsMagaine. "The couple will also be bringing an administrative assistant."