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Who's Your Nanny? Do you know the nannies of pop culture?

Nannies were in the news this week as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hired two people to take care of his kids.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau leaves the polling station with his wife Sophie, sons Hadrien, left, Xavier, centre, and daughter Ella-Grace, right, on Oct. 19, 2015. (REUTERS)

A lot has been said about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hiring two nannies as part of his publicly-funded household budget.

The Conservatives say he's hypocritical, because he publicly said families "like his" don't need the Universal Child Care Benefit, and that he should foot the bill for childcare himself.

Others say the controversy is just silly, and that the critics need to update their ideas about childcare — because it's 2015.

"The guy has three kids, plus he's the leader of our country. He's got to have some help," said Because News panellist Kris Siddiqi, who has a five-year-old son.

"At least he's not telling scientists not to talk about science."

"We could arrange for our daughters and sons to go and babysit if we were really interested in saving all that money," suggested fellow panellist Eric Peterson.

Opinions aside, here at Because News we pay tribute to the great nannies of the screen. 

Guess who the nanny is based on the clue, then roll over the image to see if you're right. 

"She was working in a bridal shop in Flushing, Queens when her boyfriend kicked her out in one of those crushing scenes."

Did you get it right?

This next nanny tucks the children in every night, but then has to go sleep outside.

She even got left behind for the big adventure.

Our next two nannies were played by the same actress. The first was practically perfect in every way.

She was also magic.

The other was a bit of a "problem."

She couldn't be solved.

This nanny was actually a manny

She had a unique connection to the kids she was sitting.

This nanny has a Tony award because she wasn't misbehavin.'  

No nonsense under her watch.