Apr 222014
 

Easter Sunday was a big day for young Prince George, with a trip to the renowned Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.

The Duke and Duchess brought George to the Zoo so he could meet his namesake, George the bilby.

Taronga Zoo Facebook

Taronga Zoo Facebook

The animals are described as a something akin to a cross between a rabbit and a rat; that makes senses upon looking at the photos. They are an endangered animal and the Sydney Zoo is working to breed more of them.

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Apr 162014
 

The Cambridges landed in Sydney on a gloriously bright, sunny day. HRH matched the mood in a smocked baby suit featuring sailboats.

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Apr 152014
 

The Royal Tour continued as the Royals returned to Wellington from their country getaway last Tuesday. It was an especially big day for Prince George. More from Gordon Rayner at The Telegraph:

Prince George took his first major royal engagement entirely in his stride, or in his crawl, to be precise, as he joined 10 other babies at the world’s most exclusive playgroup.

The eight-month-old showed that he has become mobile a full month earlier than his father did, as he crawled around a plush carpet littered with toys.

The occasion was a playdate organized by the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, simply called Plunket by most New Zealanders. The organization describes itself this way on its website:

We are New Zealand’s largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. Whānau āwhina – caring for families.

The Prince received his very own Plunket Bear, I think it may be bigger than he is.  

Governor General of New Zealand Facebook

Governor General of New Zealand Facebook

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