It’s been a big year for Prince George – from starting school, to getting ready to be a big brother for the second time, yet this week his dad also revealed the young royal had an important role in his school nativity play.
When visiting the BBC’s Bridge House in Manchester on Wednesday, Prince William revealed four-year-old George played a sheep in the school production! Saying ‘I went to my boy’s nativity play. It was funny, he was a sheep!’
Prince George, who is third in line to the throne is clearly settling in well at Thomas’s Battersea and it couldn’t be cuter!
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As a royal baby, you didn’t need a surnameA surname is not required on the birth certificate of a royal baby, as the new baby will have the title HRH Prince or Princess and be referred to in this way.
That said, as Prince George starts school this September, his parents will need to decide on a surname for the register. There are three choices available to them – Mountbatten-Windsor, Wales or Cambridge. Image: Getty