He's getting ready for the arrival of baby number two and the Duke of Cambridge hinted that Prince George already keeps him busy enough as he chatted to guests at a gala dinner in London
He hasn’t accompanied his parents on any of their royal duties recently, but at 15 months old we hazard a guess that Prince George is your average toddler – no doubt toddling around and keeping his parents (and nanny) on their toes.
And Prince William came up with a brilliant solution to keep track of his son while attending an event at the Imperial War Museum.
When handed a bag of Christmas bells by a child at the event, Wills reportedly joked that he knew ‘just what to do’ with them.
‘I’ll probably put them in pocket, we’ll know where he is then,’ said the Duke.
Prince George was last seen celebrating his first birthday in July. To mark the occasion, Kensington Palace released a set of official photographs showing George and his parents enjoying a butterfly exhibition at the Natural History Museum.
It’s not known when the young royal will next be seen but we suspect with baby number two on the way, Kate and Wills have a lot on their plate.
In the meantime, you can coo over pics of George in our gallery documenting his first year...
June 16th 2014
Kate and Wills’ son was the picture of royal ease as at a polo match in June as he showed the world that he’d mastered the art of walking. And for a mum who’s getting used to her fast-moving baby, Kate looked incredibly un-frazzled. [REX]
April 25th 2014
Sporting a red cardigan and red and white striped shorts, the royal baby looked incredibly dapper as he said goodbye to Australia as his family completed their royal tour. [REX]
April 20th 2014
George (apparently protesting a little) arrived at the RAAF base Fairbairn in Canberra, Australia, in a knitted blue cardigan and shorts.
April 20th 2014
Prince George looked like he had a great time at a zoo in Sydney as he was introduced to a bilby – named especially after him. [REX]
April 16th 2014
Kate, Wills and George flew to Wellington, New Zealand, as part of their tour where the wind played havoc with Kate's hair while George stayed very calm and cool. [REX]
April 16th 2014
Arriving in Australia for their 10 day tour of the country, Kate looked as incredibly flawless as always. But George proved to be just as stylish as his mum in a nautical romper that instantly sold out. [REX]
April 17th 2014
The royal baby added to his toy box while touring Australia with his parents – with a massive toy wombat. [REX]
April 9th 2014
We loved seeing the photos of Prince George enjoying his first official play date. The tot spent time playing with other babies his age during an event at Government House as part of the royal tour. [Getty]
April 7th 2014
Touching down in New Zealand for the first leg of their royal tour, Wills, Kate and George emerged from their jet looking fresh and relaxed (not like most parents after a long haul flight!) Prince George wore an all-white ensemble for the occasion. [REX]
March 31st 2014
It was almost six months before more photos of the royal baby were released and showed just how much Prince George had grown. He wore a personalised baby blue ‘George’ jumper for the snap taken on Kate's first Mother’s Day
October 23rd 2013
The next series of photos of Prince George were taken at his christening. The royal baby was decked out in a handmade replica of the royal christening robe made by the Queen’s dressmaker Angela Kelly. [Getty]
August 20th 2013
Wills and Kate released two family photos at the same time, snapped by Kate’s dad Michael Middleton. Taken in their garden, the young family looked relaxed and the finished effect looked like pics you may see on Facebook. [REX]
July 23rd 2013
Less than a day after his was born, Prince George made his first public appearance. Swaddled in a blanket and cradled in the arms of his parents, the royal baby was so well behaved he stole the hearts of the country. [REX]
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