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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are once again expecting a baby, to be born in April. It is the couple's third child, expected around the same time as they will celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary. Prince George, the couple's eldest, and Princess Charlotte, soon to become the middle child, have already captured the hearts of not just the British public, but the royal fans around the world. As the Royal siblings prepare to welcome a new brother or sister, this is what we know of George and Charlotte, and what the little one can expect of a life in the spotlight of the world's most famous family.

When the new parents left with George, William drove them from the hospital back to their home in Kensington Palace, strapping the heir into his car seat. Image: Catherine and William leave the Lindo wing with George on 24 July 2013 Christening and godparents Prince George was christened on 23 October 2013, at The Chapel Royal, St James's Palace by The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby. Image: Prince George after his christening at the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace The long and short of it The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen traditional attire for Prince George during his early years, which meant lots of shorts.

Throughout Royal tours and at public events, Prince George is always bearing his knees. Image: Prince George will wear shorts until he is eight years old Meeting the powerful When Barack and Michelle Obama dined with the Duke and Duchess at Kensington Palace, George proved to be the real star of the show, as he emerged rosy-cheeked in his pyjamas and dressing gown to greet the then US President. Image: On a visit to the UK, Obama met the third in line to the throne Official visits and royal tours Despite only being four-years-old, Prince George has an impressive number of countries under his belt.

Image: During a tour of Canada in September 2016 In 2017, he and his little sister went to Poland and Germany as part of a tour with William and Catherine. They have also been to Canada as a foursome, with George and Charlotte able to enjoy themselves at a children's party complete with balloon sculptures. Prince George attends Thomas' School in Battersea, a £17,000 a year private school south of the river. Image: George as he started nursery Image: William and George on the steps of Kensington Palace before setting off for the youngster's first day at school He previously attended Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk, near the Cambridges' home.

Prince George was to be dropped off by both mother and father on his first day, but Catherine was left at home, suffering with morning sickness during her third pregnancy. Image: The young prince meets Helen Haslem, head of St Thomas's lower school George shook hands with his new teacher on arrival at the school, which bears the motto "be kind". But just three weeks in, William revealed to fellow parents in Milton Keynes that George had not wanted to go to school that morning. Image: Thomas's Battersea, where Prince George will go to school Birthdays Each birthday is marked with a special set of photographs from the Royals.

Image: George with his parents in the Natural History Museum, ahead of his first birthday Image: Prince George's photograph for his second birthday On his third birthday, they gave a glimpse behind Palace walls, showing him playing in the garden and with their dog Lupo. Image: Prince George, before his third birthday with the family pet, Lupo Image: Prince George's official portrait for his fourth birthday For his fourth birthday, Catherine took a backseat from her usual position behind the camera, and let Getty Royal photographer Chris Jackson take the grown up snap of George.

Image: The page boys and bridesmaids, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at Pippa's wedding What else do we know about the young prince? He is obsessed by the police At a Kensington Palace reception to honour the Metropolitan Police, Prince William revealed that George is "obsessed" with police. Image: Prince William passes Santa a Christmas list from son George He also loves planes, tractors, and the Red Arrows Catherine has revealed he often asks for toy planes or helicopters, and Prince Harry said he could hear his nephew playing on his toy tractors when he was living in the Palace.

His mother bought him a Fireman Sam book as she opened a new hospice in East Anglia, but William once revealed George also loves the Gruffalo. When Catherine attended an RAF service, she told one of the officers that George was obsessed with the Air Cadets. Image: George stands in a rescue helicopter in Hamburg, Germany He was once named in GQ's best dressed list In 2015, aged just two, Prince George made the best dressed list in GQ, coming in at number 49. His status didn't guarantee a top nativity role According to Prince William, George was a sheep in his first nativity play in Thomas'.

Image: The Royal Family attend church every Christmas He was speaking much earlier than many toddlers Actress Sophie Winkleman, who is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, said George was "clever and articulate" after her little girl Maud had a playdate with him at Kensington Palace, just before Charlotte was born. Image: Prince George loves the Trooping the Colour But he calls the Queen Gan-Gan In an interview with ITV for the Queen's 90th birthday, Catherine said George, then only two years old, called his great-grandmother Gan-Gan.

Image: Queen And Family Photo With Prince George See Notes He likes 90s films and trends At an event for Paddington 2, William said the youngster loved The Lion King, Lego movies and the Octonauts. Image: Prince George on his first crawlabout in New Zealand His dad thinks he's a little monkey Affectionately, Prince William referred to George as a "little monkey" during an interview when he took a new job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Image: Prince George made a best-dressed list at age 2 Princess Charlotte Princess Charlotte was born on 2 May 2015 at 8.34am, in the same wing and hospital as her brother.

Image: Catherine holds Princess Charlotte outside the Lindo wing Image: Prince George with his father outside the Lindo Wing after the birth of Princess Charlotte Christening and godparents Princess Charlotte was christened on 5 July 2015, at St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham, by the Archbishop Justin Welby. Image: Charlotte's christening took place in King's Lynn First family holiday The Cambridges' first holiday as a family of four was to the French alps, where George and Charlotte played in the snow for the first time. Image: Catherine, William, Charlotte and George, enjoy a short private skiing break Nursery school Princess Charlotte goes to Willcocks Nursery School, in Kensington.

Image: Princess Charlotte before her first day at nursery Mummy's muse The Duchess of Cambridge is a keen photographer, and Princess Charlotte has been the subject of her mother's pictures, released for her birthday each year. Image: Princess Charlotte, before her first birthday The following year, Catherine was once again the photographer, capturing her daughter among hay stacks, wearing a yellow cardigan with sheep across the top. Image: Prince George and Princess Charlotte were involved in the wedding day What else do we know about the young princess?

Catherine and William, in talking frequently about their little girl, have revealed a few things about her, as have other members of the Royal Family. She's the boss Image: Charlotte seemingly had a tantrum during a family trip to Germany - but it was soon over Although it may be expected that George would be in charge as the older sibling, Charlotte is the one looking after her brother. The mother replied it was the "other way around" - to which the Queen said: "It's like that with Charlotte and George."

Image: The Queen and her great-grandchildren on her 90th birthday She loves to dance In August last year, Catherine told Royal National Ballet's director Tamara Rojo that her daughter "absolutely loves to dance". And William told Malta's leader Joseph Muscat that Charlotte loves to dance on a Royal trip in March. Image: George and Charlotte play with balloon animals in Canada She enjoys horseriding Gold medal equestrian Natasha Baker said Catherine told her Charlotte loved riding, and had a passion for horses. He also said he talks to George and Charlotte about her, to remind them they had two grandmothers.

She loves Italian food Charlotte and George love to make pizza, Catherine told helpers at a community centre, where work was underway for the Commonwealth Big Lunch. Image: Princess Charlotte in Berlin on royal tour She has an 'unplugged' life at home According to US Weekly, William and Catherine are keen to ensure their children grow up playing outside and with toys and developing an active imagination. And while in Sweden, Prince William praised the country's love of the outdoors, indicating the siblings will be encouraged to spend time outside instead of indoors.

Kensington Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby, to be born in April. It is the couple's third child, expected around the same time as they will celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary. Prince George, the couple's eldest, and Princess Charlotte, soon to become the middle child, have already captured the hearts of not just the British public, but the royal fans around the world. As the Royal siblings prepare to welcome a new brother or sister, this is what we know of George and Charlotte, and what the little one can expect of a life in the spotlight of the world's most famous family.

When the new parents left with George, William drove them from the hospital back to their home in Kensington Palace, strapping the heir into his car seat. Image: Catherine and William leave the Lindo wing with George on 24 July 2013 Christening and godparents Prince George was christened on 23 October 2013, at The Chapel Royal, St James's Palace by The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby. Image: Prince George after his christening at the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace The long and short of it The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen traditional attire for Prince George during his early years, which meant lots of shorts.

Throughout Royal tours and at public events, Prince George is always bearing his knees. Image: Prince George will wear shorts until he is eight years old Meeting the powerful When Barack and Michelle Obama dined with the Duke and Duchess at Kensington Palace, George proved to be the real star of the show, as he emerged rosy-cheeked in his pyjamas and dressing gown to greet the then US President. Image: On a visit to the UK, Obama met the third in line to the throne Official visits and royal tours Despite only being four-years-old, Prince George has an impressive number of countries under his belt.

Image: During a tour of Canada in September 2016 In 2017, he and his little sister went to Poland and Germany as part of a tour with William and Catherine. They have also been to Canada as a foursome, with George and Charlotte able to enjoy themselves at a children's party complete with balloon sculptures. Prince George attends Thomas' School in Battersea, a £17,000 a year private school south of the river. Image: George as he started nursery Image: William and George on the steps of Kensington Palace before setting off for the youngster's first day at school He previously attended Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk, near the Cambridges' home.

Prince George was to be dropped off by both mother and father on his first day, but Catherine was left at home, suffering with morning sickness during her third pregnancy. Image: The young prince meets Helen Haslem, head of St Thomas's lower school George shook hands with his new teacher on arrival at the school, which bears the motto "be kind". But just three weeks in, William revealed to fellow parents in Milton Keynes that George had not wanted to go to school that morning. Image: Thomas's Battersea, where Prince George will go to school Birthdays Each birthday is marked with a special set of photographs from the Royals.

Image: George with his parents in the Natural History Museum, ahead of his first birthday Image: Prince George's photograph for his second birthday On his third birthday, they gave a glimpse behind Palace walls, showing him playing in the garden and with their dog Lupo. Image: Prince George, before his third birthday with the family pet, Lupo Image: Prince George's official portrait for his fourth birthday For his fourth birthday, Catherine took a backseat from her usual position behind the camera, and let Getty Royal photographer Chris Jackson take the grown up snap of George.

Image: The page boys and bridesmaids, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at Pippa's wedding What else do we know about the young prince? He is obsessed by the police At a Kensington Palace reception to honour the Metropolitan Police, Prince William revealed that George is "obsessed" with police. Image: Prince William passes Santa a Christmas list from son George He also loves planes, tractors, and the Red Arrows Catherine has revealed he often asks for toy planes or helicopters, and Prince Harry said he could hear his nephew playing on his toy tractors when he was living in the Palace.

His mother bought him a Fireman Sam book as she opened a new hospice in East Anglia, but William once revealed George also loves the Gruffalo. When Catherine attended an RAF service, she told one of the officers that George was obsessed with the Air Cadets. Image: George stands in a rescue helicopter in Hamburg, Germany He was once named in GQ's best dressed list In 2015, aged just two, Prince George made the best dressed list in GQ, coming in at number 49. His status didn't guarantee a top nativity role According to Prince William, George was a sheep in his first nativity play in Thomas'.

Image: The Royal Family attend church every Christmas He was speaking much earlier than many toddlers Actress Sophie Winkleman, who is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, said George was "clever and articulate" after her little girl Maud had a playdate with him at Kensington Palace, just before Charlotte was born. Image: Prince George loves the Trooping the Colour But he calls the Queen Gan-Gan In an interview with ITV for the Queen's 90th birthday, Catherine said George, then only two years old, called his great-grandmother Gan-Gan.

Image: Queen And Family Photo With Prince George See Notes He likes 90s films and trends At an event for Paddington 2, William said the youngster loved The Lion King, Lego movies and the Octonauts. Image: Prince George on his first crawlabout in New Zealand His dad thinks he's a little monkey Affectionately, Prince William referred to George as a "little monkey" during an interview when he took a new job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Image: Prince George made a best-dressed list at age 2 Princess Charlotte Princess Charlotte was born on 2 May 2015 at 8.34am, in the same wing and hospital as her brother.

Image: Catherine holds Princess Charlotte outside the Lindo wing Image: Prince George with his father outside the Lindo Wing after the birth of Princess Charlotte Christening and godparents Princess Charlotte was christened on 5 July 2015, at St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham, by the Archbishop Justin Welby. Image: Charlotte's christening took place in King's Lynn First family holiday The Cambridges' first holiday as a family of four was to the French alps, where George and Charlotte played in the snow for the first time. Image: Catherine, William, Charlotte and George, enjoy a short private skiing break Nursery school Princess Charlotte goes to Willcocks Nursery School, in Kensington.

Image: Princess Charlotte before her first day at nursery Mummy's muse The Duchess of Cambridge is a keen photographer, and Princess Charlotte has been the subject of her mother's pictures, released for her birthday each year. Image: Princess Charlotte, before her first birthday The following year, Catherine was once again the photographer, capturing her daughter among hay stacks, wearing a yellow cardigan with sheep across the top. Image: Prince George and Princess Charlotte were involved in the wedding day What else do we know about the young princess?

Catherine and William, in talking frequently about their little girl, have revealed a few things about her, as have other members of the Royal Family. She's the boss Image: Charlotte seemingly had a tantrum during a family trip to Germany - but it was soon over Although it may be expected that George would be in charge as the older sibling, Charlotte is the one looking after her brother. The mother replied it was the "other way around" - to which the Queen said: "It's like that with Charlotte and George."

Image: The Queen and her great-grandchildren on her 90th birthday She loves to dance In August last year, Catherine told Royal National Ballet's director Tamara Rojo that her daughter "absolutely loves to dance". And William told Malta's leader Joseph Muscat that Charlotte loves to dance on a Royal trip in March. Image: George and Charlotte play with balloon animals in Canada She enjoys horseriding Gold medal equestrian Natasha Baker said Catherine told her Charlotte loved riding, and had a passion for horses. He also said he talks to George and Charlotte about her, to remind them they had two grandmothers.

She loves Italian food Charlotte and George love to make pizza, Catherine told helpers at a community centre, where work was underway for the Commonwealth Big Lunch. Image: Princess Charlotte in Berlin on royal tour She has an 'unplugged' life at home According to US Weekly, William and Catherine are keen to ensure their children grow up playing outside and with toys and developing an active imagination. And while in Sweden, Prince William praised the country's love of the outdoors, indicating the siblings will be encouraged to spend time outside instead of indoors.

Photo #2 from Milano, Italy by luciaanna made on 2018-04-08 00:17 for Sola

Kensington Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby, to be born in April. It is the couple's third child, expected around the same time as they will celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary. Prince George, the couple's eldest, and Princess Charlotte, soon to become the middle child, have already captured the hearts of not just the British public, but the royal fans around the world. As the Royal siblings prepare to welcome a new brother or sister, this is what we know of George and Charlotte, and what the little one can expect of a life in the spotlight of the world's most famous family.

When the new parents left with George, William drove them from the hospital back to their home in Kensington Palace, strapping the heir into his car seat. Image: Catherine and William leave the Lindo wing with George on 24 July 2013 Christening and godparents Prince George was christened on 23 October 2013, at The Chapel Royal, St James's Palace by The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby. Image: Prince George after his christening at the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace The long and short of it The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen traditional attire for Prince George during his early years, which meant lots of shorts.

Throughout Royal tours and at public events, Prince George is always bearing his knees. Image: Prince George will wear shorts until he is eight years old Meeting the powerful When Barack and Michelle Obama dined with the Duke and Duchess at Kensington Palace, George proved to be the real star of the show, as he emerged rosy-cheeked in his pyjamas and dressing gown to greet the then US President. Image: On a visit to the UK, Obama met the third in line to the throne Official visits and royal tours Despite only being four-years-old, Prince George has an impressive number of countries under his belt.

Image: During a tour of Canada in September 2016 In 2017, he and his little sister went to Poland and Germany as part of a tour with William and Catherine. They have also been to Canada as a foursome, with George and Charlotte able to enjoy themselves at a children's party complete with balloon sculptures. Prince George attends Thomas' School in Battersea, a £17,000 a year private school south of the river. Image: George as he started nursery Image: William and George on the steps of Kensington Palace before setting off for the youngster's first day at school He previously attended Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk, near the Cambridges' home.

Prince George was to be dropped off by both mother and father on his first day, but Catherine was left at home, suffering with morning sickness during her third pregnancy. Image: The young prince meets Helen Haslem, head of St Thomas's lower school George shook hands with his new teacher on arrival at the school, which bears the motto "be kind". But just three weeks in, William revealed to fellow parents in Milton Keynes that George had not wanted to go to school that morning. Image: Thomas's Battersea, where Prince George will go to school Birthdays Each birthday is marked with a special set of photographs from the Royals.

Image: George with his parents in the Natural History Museum, ahead of his first birthday Image: Prince George's photograph for his second birthday On his third birthday, they gave a glimpse behind Palace walls, showing him playing in the garden and with their dog Lupo. Image: Prince George, before his third birthday with the family pet, Lupo Image: Prince George's official portrait for his fourth birthday For his fourth birthday, Catherine took a backseat from her usual position behind the camera, and let Getty Royal photographer Chris Jackson take the grown up snap of George.

Image: The page boys and bridesmaids, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at Pippa's wedding What else do we know about the young prince? He is obsessed by the police At a Kensington Palace reception to honour the Metropolitan Police, Prince William revealed that George is "obsessed" with police. Image: Prince William passes Santa a Christmas list from son George He also loves planes, tractors, and the Red Arrows Catherine has revealed he often asks for toy planes or helicopters, and Prince Harry said he could hear his nephew playing on his toy tractors when he was living in the Palace.

His mother bought him a Fireman Sam book as she opened a new hospice in East Anglia, but William once revealed George also loves the Gruffalo. When Catherine attended an RAF service, she told one of the officers that George was obsessed with the Air Cadets. Image: George stands in a rescue helicopter in Hamburg, Germany He was once named in GQ's best dressed list In 2015, aged just two, Prince George made the best dressed list in GQ, coming in at number 49. His status didn't guarantee a top nativity role According to Prince William, George was a sheep in his first nativity play in Thomas'.

Image: The Royal Family attend church every Christmas He was speaking much earlier than many toddlers Actress Sophie Winkleman, who is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, said George was "clever and articulate" after her little girl Maud had a playdate with him at Kensington Palace, just before Charlotte was born. Image: Prince George loves the Trooping the Colour But he calls the Queen Gan-Gan In an interview with ITV for the Queen's 90th birthday, Catherine said George, then only two years old, called his great-grandmother Gan-Gan.

Image: Queen And Family Photo With Prince George See Notes He likes 90s films and trends At an event for Paddington 2, William said the youngster loved The Lion King, Lego movies and the Octonauts. Image: Prince George on his first crawlabout in New Zealand His dad thinks he's a little monkey Affectionately, Prince William referred to George as a "little monkey" during an interview when he took a new job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Image: Prince George made a best-dressed list at age 2 Princess Charlotte Princess Charlotte was born on 2 May 2015 at 8.34am, in the same wing and hospital as her brother.

Image: Catherine holds Princess Charlotte outside the Lindo wing Image: Prince George with his father outside the Lindo Wing after the birth of Princess Charlotte Christening and godparents Princess Charlotte was christened on 5 July 2015, at St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham, by the Archbishop Justin Welby. Image: Charlotte's christening took place in King's Lynn First family holiday The Cambridges' first holiday as a family of four was to the French alps, where George and Charlotte played in the snow for the first time. Image: Catherine, William, Charlotte and George, enjoy a short private skiing break Nursery school Princess Charlotte goes to Willcocks Nursery School, in Kensington.

Image: Princess Charlotte before her first day at nursery Mummy's muse The Duchess of Cambridge is a keen photographer, and Princess Charlotte has been the subject of her mother's pictures, released for her birthday each year. Image: Princess Charlotte, before her first birthday The following year, Catherine was once again the photographer, capturing her daughter among hay stacks, wearing a yellow cardigan with sheep across the top. Image: Prince George and Princess Charlotte were involved in the wedding day What else do we know about the young princess?

Catherine and William, in talking frequently about their little girl, have revealed a few things about her, as have other members of the Royal Family. She's the boss Image: Charlotte seemingly had a tantrum during a family trip to Germany - but it was soon over Although it may be expected that George would be in charge as the older sibling, Charlotte is the one looking after her brother. The mother replied it was the "other way around" - to which the Queen said: "It's like that with Charlotte and George."

Image: The Queen and her great-grandchildren on her 90th birthday She loves to dance In August last year, Catherine told Royal National Ballet's director Tamara Rojo that her daughter "absolutely loves to dance". And William told Malta's leader Joseph Muscat that Charlotte loves to dance on a Royal trip in March. Image: George and Charlotte play with balloon animals in Canada She enjoys horseriding Gold medal equestrian Natasha Baker said Catherine told her Charlotte loved riding, and had a passion for horses. He also said he talks to George and Charlotte about her, to remind them they had two grandmothers.

She loves Italian food Charlotte and George love to make pizza, Catherine told helpers at a community centre, where work was underway for the Commonwealth Big Lunch. Image: Princess Charlotte in Berlin on royal tour She has an 'unplugged' life at home According to US Weekly, William and Catherine are keen to ensure their children grow up playing outside and with toys and developing an active imagination. And while in Sweden, Prince William praised the country's love of the outdoors, indicating the siblings will be encouraged to spend time outside instead of indoors.

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