Oh, all this flying is so tiring – but at least it's comfy on Mum's arm! And why do I actually get so many teddy bears as gifts? My dad doesn't even know where to go with my posh friends anymore…
Little Prince George (eight months old, third in line to the British throne) is currently the star in Oceania – he's touring New Zealand and Australia for three weeks with mum Duchess Kate (32) and dad Prince William (31).
His first trip, his first state visit, his first big adventure! But baby George remains calm.
Hello New Zealand – I'm here!
Everywhere the royal family appears, all eyes are on the beautiful bundle of joy. It all began on April 7: Prince George and his parents landed the plane on the other side of the world – arriving in the New Zealand capital of Wellington.
Duchess Kate held her son in her arms as she and her husband, Prince William, got off the plane – the British woman had some difficulty going down the steep stairs due to the strong wind. Her red coat fluttered, revealing the Duchess's sexy legs.
And George? Despite the 30-hour flight, he was wide awake, waving his arms slightly and looking at the unfamiliar surroundings curiously.
With his white jacket and head hair almost longer than his father's, the little prince charmed everyone present, including New Zealand Prime Minister John Key (52 years old).
There were even a few admirers among his admirers: one-year-old Ruby Kate was waiting with her father in Wellington for the Little Prince and was wearing a see-through T-shirt that said “Marry Me George” (in German: “Marry Me George”).
Maybe the two will meet again in a few years!
Prince George's first nursery visit
Two days after arriving in New Zealand, Prince George had the first official appointment of his young life: he and his mother Kate went to the “Blunkett Nursing and Parenting Group” at the Governor General's Government House on Wednesday. Prince George sat very alert among his daycare classmates, looking at the others and greedily reaching for the wooden toys.
In the middle, he cradled his mother's arm and of course there were gifts again: a giant blue doll that had been part of his plush collection since that day.
The little prince mastered the assignment into the toddler set with flying colors. No faxes, no tears, just sweetness! He was overcome only by a brief bout of boredom – and then he grabbed my mother's hair.
The royal baby stayed with his Spanish nanny, Maria Terrion Torrón Borrallo, for the remainder of his stay in New Zealand, while Kate and William completed their visit program on their own.
Off to Australia
finally! It took a week for Kate and William to show off their little prince again. On April 16, the royal family landed in Sydney and began the final leg of the journey. Naturally, the Aussies were also very excited about the midget – will George complain this time? Shedding tears?
But not Prince George! When the plane door opens, the little boy sits on his mother's arm, wears a white shirt with puffy sleeves and presents the world with his puckered lips. For a hug!
When Mama Kate is about to receive a bouquet of colorful flowers, George hugs Papa William – and the little boy feels right at home there too, letting his little feet dangle loosely and spreading his arms out as if he were conducting a band. .
The royal family will stay in Australia until April 25 – then it's time for baby George to return to London! The Brits are certainly missing their little prince.
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