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Mary Prince is a woman convicted of murder who then became the nanny for Amy Carter, the daughter of Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter. Prince became Amy's nanny in 1971 while Jimmy Carter was governor of Georgia and she was a prisoner assigned to the governor's mansion. She had been convicted of murdering another woman's boyfriend in 1970.
In 1975, when Jimmy Carter's term as governor ended, she was sent back to prison; however, in January, 1977 Prince was able to travel to Washington for Carter's inauguration as U.S. president. With a letter from the White House to Georgia prison officials, she was reprieved, and Prince was able to work at the White House. Jimmy Carter was designated as her parole officer, and she lived in the White House for the four years of his presidency.
Jimmy Carter dedicated his 2005 book, Sharing Good Times, to Prince, and discusses her in his 2006 book, Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis. Prince is also featured in the 2015 Kate Anderson Brower book The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House.

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