Miss Nanny is a supporting character from the revival of Muppet Babies. She is the caretaker of the Muppet children at her daycare. Like the original series, her head is never seen.
Miss Nanny is shown to be a sweet, down to earth woman with a good sense of humor. She pays attention to each of the Muppet Babies, and helps them with their problems. She is also very accepting of their personalities and quirks.
Miss Nanny loves making treats for the Muppets as well, and enjoys watching them put on shows.
Miss Nanny revealed in "The Great Muppet Sport-A-Thon" that she used to be a gymnast when she was younger. And as shown in "Frogs of a Feather" and "Upside-Down Day", Miss Nanny can do imitations of certain animals.
While her head and face are never seen, Miss Nanny is shown to wear a pink hooded sweatshirt over a dark purple dress with matching ballet flat shoes, with green tights with different prints depending on the episode.
- Miss Nanny's tights always have a pattern that corresponds to the theme of each episode. For example, in the episode "Sir Kermit the Brave", her tights featured dragons.
- Unlike the original iteration of the nanny in the original series, she is always referred to as MISS Nanny. She also appears to be much younger than the nanny in the original series.
- Miss Nanny in the original series (made before Disney's purchase in 2004) is voiced by Barbara Billingsley, to which her performance as the aforementioned character gained her an achievement for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series. Billingsley retired from acting in 2007 and later passed away in 2010.