With a gorgeous toothy grin, mop of blond hair and impeccable style, it’s easy to see why Prince George has been voted the sixth most popular royal – in fact, it’s a wonder he didn’t come higher in the poll.
In a poll conducted by Newsweek, 3000 UK adults were asked their thoughts on the Duchess of Cambridge and the royal family in general.
George’s uncle Prince Harry was chosen as the most popular royal, scoring 20 per cent of the votes, followed closely by the Queen in second place, Prince William in third, Kate in fourth, Prince Charles and Prince Philip in joint fifth place and finally Prince George.
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The survey also revealed how much influence the British public think Kate has, with 46 per cent of those polled saying that has a lot of influence with how she raises George, 28 per cent voting that she has only a little influence and four per cent voting that she has no influence over George at all.
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While George missed out on the top spot in this particular poll, he was named the most stylish celebrity child earlier this year – beating the likes of fellow infant fashionistas, including North West and Blue Ivy.
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