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Wednesday, 9 April 2014

#RoyalBaby: Keeping Up With The Royal Family, Prince William, Kate Middleton & Little Prince George!!!



Prince George shares a playdate with ten lucky families at Government House in Wellington on Wednesday and shows he's starting to crawl


Prince George undertook his first royal crawl-about today as he attended a parent and baby group with his own, world-famous, mummy and daddy. The eight-month-old was brought along by his clearly proud parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, to the ‘playdate’ organised by The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society at Government House in Wellington.

Following his scene-stealing appearance on Monday when the family arrived in New Zealand to begin their three week tour Down Under, all eyes were on the future king as he was introduced to ten babies born within a few weeks of his own birthday, on July 22 last year. It was the first time that the third in line to the throne had undertaken a public duty – of sorts. But it clearly won’t be the first, in what will be a lifetime of royal service.

More pics after the cut...



The young royal was presented with a giant and very fluffy blue bear by an an organiser at the Plunket event


A multi-coloured toy caught George's attention


George looked a little wary of the large stuffed toy and didn't seem to keen to get any closer


Prince George hugged tightly to his mother's arms as William, who had been swapping stories with the other parents, looked on


Sitting cross legged on the floor, the young prince was animated as he called out to his mother


The gorgeous eight-month-old appeared very taken with one particular toy, holding it in the air and giggling as he played on the floor of the stately home


A few of the other first-time parents gathered around Kate as she lifted her son to his feet. The playgroup is made up of ten families whose children were born within two weeks of George's July 22 birthday

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