How Princess Charlotte Copies Prince George and Rests Her Head on His Shoulder

As the kids grow up they adapt certain habits and tastes. They learn new things and show their own qualities. Kids also learn many things from the environment. They learn things from their parents, their siblings and other people around them. They learn to walk and talk as other people do. Same is the case with Princess Charlotte who is two years old now and is getting cute day by day.

So Charlotte adapted this habit from Prince George who is four years old to rest her head on his shoulder.

Kate Middleton said that the Queen was very pleased that she was a girl when Charlotte was born. The Queen is very fond of Charlotte and takes an interest in what she gets up to known for her genteel but Stern facade to much of the public. Some may be surprised that the Queen has a very soft spot for George and Charlotte.

Kate continued, Every time we stay with her she leaves a little gift for George and Charlotte in their rooms. I think that just goes to show her love for the children and for the family. She’s been a gentle guidance. The most memorable day for me was during a visit to Leicester, I went without William.

Kids are loved by the whole family. As they grow up, they learn to speak, they learn to walk, they learn to do things as other people do. As kids they do these do some cute things that people around them love. Same is the case with Princess Charlotte. She is in line for the throne after baby no. 3.

After the news of Kate’s pregnancy, Charlotte will not only be the elder sister of the incoming baby but will also be the famous middle baby in the world. Charlotte may get a little less attention from her parents and the family and will have to fight for attention but no one can deny the fact that no one can take her place in the next in line for throne order.

Prince William jokes that he doesn’t get a lot of peace with noisy Prince George

Prince William jokes that he doesn’t get a lot of peace with noisy Prince George. Kate and William were out in Birmingham on Wednesday on a set of official engagements.

Prince William said George was very envious as I got to drive a digger. Photo (C) AFP

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were out in Birmingham on Wednesday to carry out a series of engagements, including a visit to Acme Whistles – a 147-year-old family-owned business. Before leaving, the royal couple received brass whistles to take home, including a selection for their two children, Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two. After being handed the presents, William joked that he wouldn’t hear the last of it if George got his hands on the whistles, saying: “Don’t show that to George; we’ll never get any peace.” It certainly seems that things will be a little noisier in the Cambridge household, as Kate was handed a bag with their presents, which included a plastic slide whistle – known for creating the sound of the children’s TV show The Clangers.

Prince George was envious over Prince William’s ride in a digger Photo (C) AFP GETTY

Earlier in the day, William and Kate also paid a visit to the Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull Manufacturing Plant. The couple were given an overview of the site before making their way to the Vehicle Assembly area, where they viewed the assembly line, heard about the manufacturing process and met staff and apprentices.

Prince William reveals life-saving lesson he’s teaching Prince George Photo (C) GETTY

They also had the chance to drive a vehicle in the off-road driving area. The second engagement of the day took the royals to Aston Villa Football Club. William, a known Aston Villa fan, and his wife saw how the Coach Core programme was being implemented in the club. They watched a training session of Coach Core apprentices and tutors working with local children. The programme works with Sport Birmingham to give young people between the ages of 16 and 24 the chance to become the next generation of inspirational coaches.

Prince George Photo (C) GETTY

Kate – who is pregnant with the couple’s third child, looked as stylish as ever throughout the day. The Duchess dressed in an all-black ensemble, consisting of a black funnel-necked jumper, slim fit black jeans and dark hued trainers. She topped the look off with a black and white coat.

Kensington Palace released a statement about Prince George

Pleased to meet you! Prince George’s formal hello to head teacher on first day of school. Prince George has set off for his first day at school with his doting father Prince William at his side.

The four-year-old prince, looking a little nervous, shyly shook the hand of Helen Haslem, head of lower school, as he arrived at Thomas’s Battersea, a fee-paying independent school in south London this morning.

The little prince was joined on the school run by his father, the Duke of Cambridge, who held his hand tightly as he dropped his firstborn off by the school gates in his family Range Rover.

Kate has been struck down by severe morning sickness Photo (C) PA

It marks 30 years since Diana did the same for Prince William on his first day at school back in September 1989. William held his son’s backpack as they walked to meet the lower school head and gently encouraged his son to shake hands.

“OH LOOK YOU’VE GOT YOUR BACKPACK,” MS HASLEM SAID ENCOURAGINGLY AS SHE TOOK GEORGE’S OTHER HAND TO WALK IN.

William, like the other parents, stayed on as his son settled in his new classroom.

Prince George will be known as George Cambridge to his classmates Photo (C) PA

George’s mother, the Duchess, who is less than 12 weeks pregnant, was not well enough to witness the landmark moment on Thursday as she suffers crippling morning sickness.

Prince George was joined on the school run by his dad William Photo (C) PA

Kensington Palace released a statement earlier this morning, saying: “The Duke of Cambridge will drop off Prince George this morning as planned”.

Kate is due to make a decision over whether she will attend Prince George’s first day at school this morning.

It marks 30 years since Diana dropped William off at his first day at school Photo (C) PA

A SOURCE SAID: “SHE WOULD HAVE DONE ANYTHING TO BE HERE.

“IT’S A BIG DAY IN HER SON’S LIFE BUT SHE REALLY HAS BEEN VERY SICK.”

Prince George looked shy on his first day at school Photo (C) PA

William, who along with Kate will try to do the school run as often as possible, told Ms Haslem that George had been eagerly watching and “noticed” the other boys going into school in their uniforms

The Duke and Duchess will aim to fit their official engagements around dropping off and picking up George whenever possible.

George was dressed smartly in the school’s summer uniform Photo (C) PA

Heartbreaking: The Duchess Of Cambridge Was Desperately Sad

Kate Middleton was sad that she couldn’t go along with Prince George on his first day to school as she was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum and was on complete bedrest.

On Thursday, the world saw the adorably-hesitant Prince George arrived to his first day of school at Thomas’s Batersea. Though the four-year-old’s father, Prince William, did an excellent job flying solo for the pivotal event, we couldn’t help but feel the absence of mom, Kate Middleton.

Kate Middleton is pregnant with third royal child and she was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, an acute from of morning sickness that makes you vomit several times a day and causes nausea. She was reportedly so sick that she couldn’t join her eldest son Prince George on his first day to school. Prince William went with Prince George on his first day to school.

“Kate watched the news from home,” A source close to the royal couple told us weekly.

“She was desperately sad that she couldn’t make it but she is on firm bed rest now until she feels better.”

Understandably, watching their oldest child head off to school brought mixed feelings for the royal couple. “The first day of a child’s school is always a bittersweet day for a mother,” the insider added. “Both Kate and William are extremely proud of George and how well-behaved he was as he arrived, but it’s also a little frightening to see him grow up this fast!”

Prince George was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace on 23 October 2013, with Oliver Baker, Emilia Jardine-Paterson, Hugh Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, The Hon. Julia Samuel, William van Cutsem and Zara Tindall serving as godparents. The ceremony used a font that was made for Queen Victoria’s first child and water from the River Jordan. The Royal Mint issued a set of commemorative coins to celebrate the christening, the first coins to mark a royal christening in Britain.

George, with his parents, embarked on his first royal tour in April 2014, during which the Cambridges spent three weeks in New Zealand and Australia. His first public engagement of the tour was on 9 April at a playdate at Government House, Wellington, organised by the New Zealand parenting organisation, Plunket. His parents also attended. On 20 April, Easter Sunday, he met a bilby named after him at Taronga Zoo in Sydney. The BBC said at the end of the tour “there’s no doubt Prince George stole the limelight”.

George’s first birthday party was themed around children’s author Beatrix Potter, who knew and was related to members of the Lupton family, George’s maternal ancestors.

On 2 May 2015, George visited the hospital of his birth after the birth of his sister, Charlotte. It was his first public appearance in the United Kingdom since shortly after his birth. He made his first public appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace following the Trooping the Colour parade on 13 June that year, to watch a flypast by the Red Arrows on the Queen’s Official Birthday.