The adorable way Prince George keeps tabs on his parents

Mar 26, 2022
Prince George is well-known for his close relationship with his parents, often bonding over his shared love for rugby with father, William. Source: Getty

The Duke of Cambridge has reportedly revealed the rather adorable way his eldest son, Prince George, 8, keeps tabs on him and wife Kate when they travel to various places across the globe.

The Duke and Duchess travelled to Belize this week where the Duke reportedly made the adorable admission to reception guests about Prince George, 8, and his two other children, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.

“We let them know [the kids] where we are and he [George] finds us on the map and puts a pin in it and shares with the others,” William revealed.

William and Kate are currently visiting Belize in an effort to reinforce the UK’s long-standing ties with the Commonwealth as Queen Elizabeth celebrates her Platinum Jubilee year, marking 70 years on the throne.

Royal expert, Jennie Bold, told OK! magazine she’s sure the busy royal couple would enjoy some romantic “child-free” time together despite being the dedicated and hands-on parents they are.

“I’m sure there’s a part of them that’s looking forward to some child-free time away, like any working parents,” Bold said.

“Royal tours are definitely not holidays but I’m sure there’ll be a few moments to hold hands under the stars on the beach.”

The Duke and Duchess have made a number of short trips recently as part of their royal duties, reportedly leaving their children in the care of their long-term live-in nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borallo, who has been with the royal family since Prince George was just 8 months old.

Prince George is well-known for his close relationship with his parents, often bonding with his father, the Duke, over sporting games, in particular their shared love for rugby.

Kate added that her younger son Louis already loved Wales’ kit. Source: Getty

On February 26, Prince George left royal fans in a frenzy after he made an unscheduled appearance with his parents at a rugby match between England’s Six Nations and Wales at Twickenham Stadium in London.

After the match, Kate reportedly revealed to Sunday Times royal reporter, Roya Nikkhah, that George frequently enjoyed “rugby tackling her,” adding that younger son Louis already “loves the [team’s] kit” and uniform.

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