7 September 2017
On Thurday, 7 September, 2017, Prince George marked a major milestone - his first day of school. Earlier this week, it was announced, Kate is expecting her third child, and suffering with Hyperemesis gravidarum. The acute sickness meant she had to cancel two engagements, with William confirming at an engagement on Tuesday: "There's not much sleep going on." It was very much a touch-and-go situation. This morning KP confirmed that fact "The Duchess remains unwell and will be unable to accompany Prince George. The little prince arrived hand in hand at Thomas's Battersea with his father.
William and George were greeted by the Head of the Lower School, Helen Haslem, who escorted them to George's reception classroom.
Afterwards, Kensington Palace shared this photo of William and George outside the Palace with the message "The image was taken shortly before Prince George left for his first day of school at Thomas's Battersea. TRH would like to thank everyone for all of the kind messages they have received as Prince George starts school."
21 July 2017
To mark Prince George's fourth birthday, Kensington Palace released a darling new photograph of the Prince, taken by Chris Jackson at KP last month.The photographer wrote on Instagram "I'm thrilled and honoured that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen to release this portrait I took to celebrate Prince George's 4th Birthday. He is such a happy little boy and certainly injects some fun into a photoshoot!" The photo was released with the message "TRH are very pleased to share this lovely picture, and would like to thank everyone for all of the kind messages they have received".
Memorable scenes as the Cambridges departed Berlin to return to London following a whirlwind five day tour.
An adorable and endearing moment when Charlotte took a tumble after stomping her feet when Kate took some papers away from her...
Because sometimes being two just isn't easy :)
Back in Kate's arms, Charlotte was back to herself.
George and Charlotte joined in to explore an EC145 helicopter - the same one William flies with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. George was particularly eager to take a look round.
I think someone might be following in his father's footsteps as a pilot in the future :)
19 July 2017
The Cambridge family donned blue for their arrival in Berlin.
George takes a look at Berlin for the first time...
And Charlotte follows suit.
Matching bouquets for Kate and Charlotte.
Such a beautiful shot.
Prince George looked like he had just woken up from a nap upon arrival, he held William's hand as they made their way to the car.
The Cambridges' long awaited royal tour of Poland and Germany kicked off in style as they arrived in Warsaw with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
George, who turns four later this month, can always be relied upon for the cutest expressions :)
Charlotte looked cute as a button in a red print dress.
17 June 2017
The Cambridges made their second appearance as a family of four on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for Trooping The Colour.
George and Charlotte taking a peek from the Palace, perhaps trying to spot their parents? :)
The pair enjoyed the flypast immensely and waved as it flew past. Charlotte was in a pretty pink dress and George donned burgundy suspenders, shorts and a cream shirt for the day.
29 May 2017
As part of the ongoing Heads Together campaign, Prince William was interviewed by Alastair Campbell for British GQ. The spread featured a new black and white photograph of the Cambridges relaxing at Kensington Palace as they watch George, Charlotte and Lupo play. The photo was taken in April by Norman Jean Roy.
This very sweet image of William with George and Charlotte was also included.
George and Charlotte simply stole the show at the wedding of their aunt Pippa Middleton and James Matthews at St Mark's Church, Englefield.
It was wonderful to see the Prince and Princess in their roles as page boy and bridesmaid. They were joined by Countess Philippa Hoyos, Lily French, Avia Horner, Casimir Tatos, Edward Sebire and William Ward. They were in adorable ensembles commissioned from Pepa & Co.
A closer look at page boy Prince George.
And bridesmaid Princess Charlotte.
An adorable new photo taken by the Duchess of Cambridge at Anmer Hall were released to mark Princess Charlotte's 2nd birthday. The Palace said "The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share to share the photograph to mark their daughter's special day on Tuesday. Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank everyone for all of the lovely messages they have received, and hope that everyone enjoys this photograph of Princess Charlotte as much as they do."
25 December 2016
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took George and Charlotte to church on Christmas Day for the first time at St Mark's in Englefield.
Both children were reportedly very well behaved and no doubt incredibly excited after opening their stockings. George looked very traditional in a long grey coat and navy socks while Charlotte was cute as a button in a navy coat. Both looked very pleased with their candy canes as they left church :)
20 December 2016
We may only see arrival photos through car windows - nonetheless Her Majesty's annual pre-Christmas luncheon at Buckingham Palace is one of my favourite staples on the royal calendar. It heralds Christmas, which just days away, and remains a constant and enduring tradition within the family. Below, we see William driving with Harry in the front seat; Kate sat in the back with George and Charlotte. We didn't see a clear photo of Charlotte unfortunately.
2 October 2016
The Cambridges' eight-day tour of Canada concluded when the family arrived at Victoria Harbour seaplane terminal.
Below, the Cambridges leaving Government House which served as their base throughout the week.
When George stepped out of the car he couldn't resist giving a big wave to everyone.
Charlotte smells a bunch of flowers given to Kate.
29 September 2016
It was bubbles and balloons as George and Charlotte stole the show at a Government House children's party in Canada. It was one the most eagerly anticipated engagements of the tour and it certainly didn't disappoint.
A very excited Princess Charlotte made a beeline for the balloons and hugged them while saying "pop".
George had a ball blowing bubbles.
Kate carried Charlotte over to see the guitar player who was also making balloons. George came over and said: "I want one too."
25 September 2016
The Cambridges' royal tour of Canada began in style when the family arrived in Victoria on a Canadian Air Force plane.
We were all incredibly excited to get a glimpse into the little Princess' personality and we saw some lovely moments between Kate and her daughter.
Kate held Charlotte as they disembarked and William held George's hand. Richard Palmer reported that when they got to the bottom of the steps attentive Kate crouched down and asked George, "Are you OK?" before stroking his hair and cheek.
After meeting the Trudeaus and other dignitaries, the Cambridges turned to pose for photos. Prince George gave a wave but seemed far more interested in the aircraft. There was a very sweet moment when he turned around to wave goodbye to Sophie Trudeau.
22 July 2016
Our favourite little prince celebrated his third birthday today and to mark the special occasion Kensington Palace released four new photos.
A Kensington Palace spokesman said: "The Duke and Duchess hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs. They would like to thank everyone for all the lovely messages they have received as Prince George celebrates his third birthday." The photos were taken by photographer Matt Porteuous at their home in Norfolk earlier this month. Mr Porteous said: "I really enjoyed the opportunity to take these photographs of Prince George. It was a very relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. I'm honoured that they have decided to share these images with the public to mark his third birthday."
The show-stealing photo from the set for me is the image of George and Lupo sitting on a rug outside, it captures a lovely moment showing the Prince offering the family pet a taste of his ice-cream. A darling picture - one I imagine may take pride of place in the Cambridges' home.
8 July 2016
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Airford, Gloucestershire, with a very special guest! A spokesman for Kensington Palace said: "The Air Tatoo is a fantastic family-orientated event and the Duke and Duchess know that George will enjoy seeing the aircraft up close."
George had a wonderful time exploring the planes and taking a look inside.
11 June 2016
The Cambridge foursome made the first of many appearances together at Trooping The Colour, as Princess Charlotte made her debut. George, wearing the same outfit William wore to Harry's christening in 1984, enjoyed the flypast.
1 May 2016
Four darling portraits were released to mark Princess Charlotte's first birthday.
The Duchess took the photos at the family's country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk in April. It's becoming something of a tradition for Kate to take photos of her children; as a keen photographer she always captures excellent shots and they offer a relaxed feel each time as George and Charlotte are so very much at ease with her. Below, Charlotte is looking at mum as she takes her photo. :)
My favourite photo from the set is the one below showing a smiling Charlotte pushing her walker across the lawn. It's a delightful 'family album' photo and she looks simply adorable with a pink bow in her hair. It also looks like Lupo was eager to get in on the action, making the background of the photo.
The Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess are happy to be able to share these family moments, ahead of their daughter's first birthday. We hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as we do."
22 April 2016
Who else could meet the President of the United States in his bathrobe? :)
The Prince was allowed to stay up late to meet the couple who were absolutely thrilled to spend time with him. Princess Charlotte was sleeping soundly. Indeed, President Obama is the first of many presidents George will shake hands with throughout his life.
21 April 2016
As her Majesty's 90th celebrations continued, a photo, taken on Easter Sunday at Windsor Castle by Annie Leibowitz, depicted the monarch with her five great-grandchildren and two youngest grandchildren. The children's parents were all there on the day, and Kate reportedly took photos of her own.
A closer look at George and Charlotte.
20 April 2016
Prince Charles, Prince William, and the ever-adorable Prince George posed for a photo with The Queen for a new set of stamps by the Royal Mail to mark Her Majesty's 90th birthday on Thursday. The foursome are impeccably matched in shades of blue for the image taken in the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace. George beamed as he held his father's hand and stood on building blocks.
7 March 2016
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a selection of photographs from their first holiday as a family of four. The photos were taken by press association photographer John Stillwell. The adorable photos share a candid look at the family of four as they enjoy their break in the snow.
The Palace revealed it was the first time either George or Charlotte had played in the snow.
Princess Charlotte was cute as a button in white like her mother. The Princess wore the £28 John Lewis Baby Wadded Snowsuit. It features cute ears on the hood and a cosy faux fur trim. Finished with a button through front for easy on and off. Charlotte wore a pretty pink hat and Emu Australia Platinum Baby Booties.
Big brother Prince George looked adorable in his snowsuit by high street retailer Mountain Warehouse. The £25 navy suit is described: "Pockets as well as adjustable and elasticated cuffs, ankles and waist makes this a great practical and weatherproof garment, ideal for fun in the snow."
6 January 2016
A very important milestone was marked on 6 January when two-year-old George completed his first day at his new Montessori nursery. The Prince was taken to school by both his parents. Keen photographer Kate took family snapshots which were released by Kensington Palace via their Twitter feed.
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The couple's choice of nursery? Westacre Montessori School in the village of East Walton, which is housed in an old chapel. It's a twenty-minute drive from their home, Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham estate.
The Prince wore a quilted John Lewis jacket and carried a blue backpack. He looked very excited indeed. :)
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We had an unexpected festive treat when the Cambridges released a family photo to mark Christmas. The photo showing the Duke and Duchess with their smiling children Prince George and Princess Charlotte was taken among the autumn leaves at Kensington Palace in late October. The Palace said the photograph was commissioned for their own use, but that the couple decided to make it public because they liked it so much. It was taken by Wiltshire-based photographer Chris Jelf.
George looked festive in a blue jumper with fretwork by Spanish-based brand Fina Ejerique. The jacquard sweater is 70% acrylic and 30% wool. George also wore his Start-Rite Jo shoes, Amaia Kids socks and blue shorts. Charlotte wore the same dress and cardigan from the official portraits released in December.
16 December 2015
Prince George accompanied Kate and Harry as they made their way to the Queen's pre-Christmas luncheon. It is thought Princess Charlotte was also there.
29 November 2015
November brought our first proper look at the adorably cute Princess Charlotte.
Kensington Palace released two new photos of six-month-old Charlotte taken by Kate in early November. The Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess hope everyone enjoys these new photos of Princess Charlotte as much as they do."
Charlotte's very pretty liberty print dress is by Spanish brand M & H. It originally retailed for £21. It is thought the piece was a gift from Nanny Maria Teresa. Charlotte also wore a soft pink cardigan, pink tights by Amaia Kids and carried a JellyCat Fuddlewuddle Puppy.
21 July 2015
To mark Prince George's second birthday Kensington Palace released a new photo via their Twitter feed. The photo was taken at Princess Charlotte's christening earlier this month, and shows the prince in his father's arms, smiling and leaning towards the camera.
9 July 2015
Four memorable portraits were released following Princess Charlotte's christening.
Legendary photographer Mario Testino captured an image of the Queen and three successors for the group family photo taken at Sandringham House after the christening at St Mary Magdalene Church. Below we see left to right back row: Michael Middleton, Pippa Middleton, James Middleton, Carole Middleton, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke of Edinburgh. On the front row the Cambridges sit beside Her Majesty.
A lovely photo of Kate holding her daughter in the drawing room at Sandringham House. I love the fact Mr Testino caught her looking towards the camera. Queen Victoria described the drawing room in her journal as "very long and handsome, with painted ceilings and panels with two fireplaces". It has a musical theme to it, with pictures of musical instruments on the ceilings.
A darling shot of William and George in the garden.
5 July 2015
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge was baptised at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk on 5 July.
It was the first time we have seen the Cambridges together publicly as a family of four - and what a joyous day for it! The family made the quarter-mile walk from Sandringham House to the church. Interestingly the large traditional silver-wheeled Millson pram Charlotte travelled in has a family history of its own - it was once used for the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex.
Princess Charlotte wore a hand-made replica of the royal christening robe, made by Angela Kelly, dressmaker to the Queen. The original Honiton lace and satin robe, was last used in 2004 with Lady Louise Windsor being the last royal baby to wear the piece. After years of wear it had become too fragile to use, so in 2008 Her Majesty commissioned a replica. It features the same length skirt, elaborate collars and bow as its predecessor. The first baby to wear it was was James, Viscount Severn, son of the Earl and Countess of Wessex.
The Duke and Duchess chose five godparents for their daughter:
Adam Middleton - Kate's cousin, the son of Michael Middleton's brother Richard. Adam works for Mayfair firm Manchester Square Partners.
The Hon. Laura Fellowes - Princess Diana's niece, the daughter of Diana's older sister Lady Jane Fellowes and Baron Fellowes, who served as the Queen's private secretary throughout the 1980's.
James Meade - Prince William and James Meade have been close friends since they attended Eton together. He is the son of Olympic gold medallist equestrian Richard Meade. He has become of a close friend of Kate's too, and accompanied her to the Badminton Horse Trials after her brief split from William in 2007.
Sophie Carter - A friend of Kate's for years. Sophie isn't someone we've seen photographed much over the years, but she has been described as a "discreet and loyal" friend. Interestingly, Ms Carter and fellow godparent Thomas van Straubenzee used to be an item.
Thomas van Straubenzee - Known simply as 'Van' to his friends, Prince William and Thomas have been friends since they attended Ludgrove prep school in Berkshire together. He accompanied William on his gap year to New Zealand. Both William and Harry are patrons of a charity in memory of his brother, Henry van Straubenzee, who died in a car crash aged 18 in 2002.
Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter noted all godparents share a common bond with William and Kate: "Each has a long, in some cases life-long connection to William or Kate. Trust and loyalty at the core."
Prince George's smocked set by Rachel Riley was incredibly similar to the outfit William wore to meet Harry for the first time in 1984.
14 June 2015
Prince George enjoyed a day out with Kate as they watched Prince William play polo.
Prince George will no doubt be a keen player himself one day. He seems very interested in his mallet already...
What did Prince George wear today? The talented ladies at Prince George Pieces quickly identified his outfit. George looked as cute as ever in the Oliver Baby and Kids Cashmere Cardigan, the £26 Mayoral Navy Blue Shorts, and a pair of adorable Crocs.
13 June 2015
A very special little boy was spotted at Buckingham Palace on the morning of Trooping the Colour.
For George's first Trooping appearance, he wore the same blue outfit with cream lace worn by Prince William for his first Trooping appearance in 1984.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released four photographs of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
An adorable shot of big brother George with his little sister.
The Duchess took the photos of her children in mid-May at Anmer Hall, when Charlotte would have been around two weeks old. Kate used a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera.
What did Prince George wear? You may have noticed his outfit is the same one he wore when Prince William took him to meet his little sister at St Mary's Hospital. Rachel Riley's Cord Short and Shirt Set retails for $159 and is available for boys aged six months to two years. George also wore his Amaia socks and Start-Rite 'Jo' navy buckle shoes.
Princess Charlotte was dressed in a knitted ensemble by Spanish brand Irulea. The hand-knit sweater seen below is part of a set Nanny Maria Teresa's mother purchased for the Cambridges.
2 May 2015
On 2 May 2015 Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge was born.
The Duchess was admitted to St Mary's Hospital in the early stages of labour at 6 am. With Prince William by her side she was safely delivered of a baby girl weighing 8 lbs 3 oz at 8.34 am.
Prince George arrived to meet his baby sister.
13 December 2014
The Palace released three new photos of the little Prince to mark Christmas and to show gratitude that he is not photographed going about his daily life.
The photos were taken on the steps of Kensington Palace by Prince Harry's private secretary Ed Lane Fox who used to work as a freelance photographer. George has certainly grown since the last time we saw him and looks very much like his grandfather Mike Middleton.
Another look at the smiling Prince.
George looked incredibly cute in the Cath Kidston Guards vest and Polarn O. Pyret organic cotton bodysuit. The Prince has grown out of his pre-walkers and is now sporting the Jo by Start Rite Shoes.
Prince George's first birthday portraits were taken at the Natural History Museum's 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition.
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A beautiful shot of the family.
George looked very cute in a navy polo shirt and blue and white stripe overalls by Petit Bateau with reverse straps (with thanks to Prince George Pieces). It appears George wore the brand's Short-Sleeved Cotton Bodysuit underneath his overalls. The little Prince also wore his Early Days 'Alex' Pre-Walker Shoes.
15 June 2014
George attended his first polo match on 15 June, Father's Day. The boisterous ten-month-old joined Kate to support William and Harry at a charity game. The little prince had a wonderful team exploring the grounds and playing with a mallet.
George looked adorable in his red stripe Neck and Neck overall, a white shirt and his Early Days pre-walker shoes.
Prince George looked adorable in a red cardigan, white and pink stripe dungarees and his Early Days Pre-Walkers as he joined his parents to depart Australia. The little prince let out a cry as they boarded the plane. Perhaps he wanted to stay :)
George's overalls are by Neck and Neck (with thanks to What Prince George Wore). The brand has a store at Duke of York Square and it's quite likely Kate purchased it there. It's available for $51.
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Prince George joined his parents at Taronga Zoo in Sydney to view the bilby enclosure named after him. The little prince was very excited.
George looked adorable in the Rachel Riley Striped Jersey Polo and the navy Pocket Shorts. They're available for $69 and $89 respectively. The prince also wore his Early Days Alex Shoes (with thanks to HRH George Pieces). It was an incredibly cute look for George.
For his arrival in Canberra, Prince George wore the Rachel Riley Moss Stitch Cardigan. The $89 dark sky blue cardigan is 100% cotton with pockets.
Prince George looked very cute in a white romper with sailing boats by Les Petites Abeilles for the royals arrival in Sydney. The hand smocked and embroidered design retails for £60.
A very sleepy Prince George departed Wellington, New Zealand with his parents on April 16 looking adorable in his Rachel Riley Dungarees, Trotters Onesie, Early Days Pre-Walkers Shoes and an ivory cardigan.
Prince George attended his first official engagement on April 9 2014 - a playdate at Government House for families who avail of the services of Plunket. The event will be something to look back on in years to come - the first of countless engagements George will undertake.
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The little prince looked darling in the Rachel Riley Sailboat Smocked Dungarees. The navy and ivory cotton dungarees retail for $129 and feature an elasticated waist and adjustable straps which cross over at the back (Oh, the cuteness factor!). Prince George Pieces shared news George also wore the £15 Trotters Milo Body and a pair of £25.99 Early Days Pre-Walkers.
It was confirmed George wore the Early Days Ivory Pre-Walker Shoes. The £27 soft leather shoes feature a flexible sole and a comfortable lightly padded insole. They're available in sizes ranging from 0-18 months.
Before making their way to Wellington for the start of the royal tour, the Cambridges touched down at Sydney where we saw little George kicking and waving in his mother's arms. The little Prince wore a navy onesie and Prince William carried a kangaroo backpack for him. It's from the Save The Koalas Shop. The backpack is described as "perfect for 2-5 year olds, soft and cuddly, comes with its own little joey stitched on so he doesn't get lost". It retails for $12.50.
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Just days before the royal tour of New Zealand and Australia Kate stocked up on a number of casual items for Prince George. Her Royal Highness's purchases included the £14.95 Contrast-Trim Striped Footed One-Piece, the very cute £14.95 lush green Plaid Button-Up Bodysuit and the £6.27 grey and navy Stripe Pants. All very practical and wearable pieces for the little prince.
To mark Mothering Sunday, March 30 2014, the Palace released a new portrait of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Lupo. The informal family portrait was taken at a window in the family's home, Apartment 1A, Kensington Palace by award winning photographer Jason Bell. Eight-month-old George looked adorable in a baby blue cashmere jumper with his name embroidered on it. It was created by Royal Warrant holders Corgi Hoisery. The Carmarthenshire-based company gave it as a gift to Prince Charles to celebrate the birth of his first grandson, who then passed it on to William and Kate.
Prince George and Kate joined the Middleton family for their annual holiday in Mustique in February.
Kate is regularly spotted with Prince George in Kensington Gardens. Which stroller does one choose for a prince? A royal favourite of course. George's stroller is by Silver Cross. Considered the 'world's most exclusive pram' according to the Daily Mail, a Silver Cross has carried The Queen, her children, grandchildren and now her great-grandchild. In fact the Cambridges are such fans of the pram they had it flown up to Scotland during their stay in Balmoral.
The carriages were first created in 1877 by William Wilson and became hugely popular in the 1960s. William's mother Diana spent her early days in the luxury buggy.
Let's take a closer look at George's stroller, the Silver Cross Sleepover Elegance Body in black. No doubt the brand will become even more popular following the royal sighting. The £650 pram is available at John Lewis, a department store we know Kate frequents regularly.
Below we see the stroller in black and cream. It is available at John Lewis.
Below we see the stroller in black and cream. It is available at John Lewis.
It is described this way:
'The Silver Cross Sleepover Elegance Body combines contemporary design with the elegance of the Silver Cross Heritage Range, for the ultimate in baby comfort and style. With a super-snug pram liner and breathable mattress, the lie flat carrycot, that's suitable from birth is finished with the elegant design details associated with Silver Cross.'
A terrific choice!
In December 2013, the Duchess purchased a couple of items fit for a king at the Chelsea branch of London chain Trotters. Kate picked up the aptly named 'George' jumper with a Union Jack on it.
The £34.99 piece is billed as great for "afternoon tea with the Queen":
'Rule, Britannia! The majestic George sweater proudly boasts the Union Jack flag across its centre front as a patriotic statement of Brit cool. Wear with a smart Oxford shirt and preppy chinos for afternoon tea with the Queen.'
Kate reportedly also picked up the £19.99 Guard T-Shirt which is described as the perfect garment for the little boy who dreams of one day becoming a soldier boy. In relaxed marl grey tone, the top features three soldiers with the slogan 'left, right, stop'.
Prince George wore the 'George' jumper for a private press reception at Kensington Palace in March 2013. Apparently he was very well behaved and dribbled quite a bit. Kate also revealed he has "Middleton eyes".
The Christening of Prince George took place on 23 October 2013 at The Chapel Royal, St James's Palace. Twenty-two guests were invited including George's godparents, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Oliver Baker, Zara Tindall, Julia Samuel, Hugh Grosvenor and William van Cutsem.
Prince George wore a hand-made replica of the royal christening robe, made by Angela Kelly, dressmaker to The Queen. The original Honiton lace and satin robe, which is now 172 years old, was last used in 2004 with Lady Louise Windsor being the last royal baby to wear the piece. After years of wear it had become too fragile to use, so in 2008 The Queen commissioned a replica. It features the same length skirt, elaborate collars and bow as its predecessor. The first baby to wear it was was James, Viscount Severn, son of The Earl and Countess of Wessex.
20 August 2013
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released two informal family photographs taken by Michael Middleton as the first official photos of Prince George. The relaxed shots show William and Kate with their son and much-loved dog Lupo in the garden of the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
Once again Prince George wore his G.H. Hurt and Son Merino Wool Shawl.
His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born at 4.24 p.m. on 22 July 2013 weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces at The Lindo Wing, St Mary's Hospital, Paddington. Our posts on George's arrival can be found HERE, HERE and HERE.
The Prince's first swaddle was the Jungle Jam Print by Australian brand Aden + Anais. The 100% cotton swaddles comes in a four pack for £50 and can also be used as a burp cloth, nursing and strolling cover. George's gorgeous shawl is the £45 Super-Fine Wool Merino Christening Shawl by G.H. Hurt & Son. The company made two dozen shawls for the birth of Prince Charles.
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