today I decided to write about the famous baby of Cambridge to have some fun, and discover some more curiosities about him!
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, was born on July 22, 2013, at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, England.
Prince George is the first child of Prince William of Wales and Duchess Catherine of Cambridge, also known as Kate Middleton.
The prince’s birth became a global news event, with reporters camped outside the hospital to cover his arrival.
He was born weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces, in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital the same hospital where his father, Prince William, and uncle, Prince Harry, were born to Princess Diana and Prince Charles.
Following royal tradition, Prince George’s official birth announcement was placed on an easel outside of Buckingham Palace.
Prior to the official announcement, however, Prince William and Kate Middleton broke the tradition and introduced their baby to the world outside the hospital.
Prince George is third in line to throne after his father, Prince William, and grandfather, Prince Charles.
The Prince George effect, also known as the royal baby effect, is the trend that news about Prince George has in business and pop culture, similar to his mother.
Clothing and products identified as used by Prince George tend to sell better than before.
The effect was noted during his April 2014 tour of New Zealand and Australia and many businesses have attempted to use this effect to their advantage.
He was ranked No. 49 on GQ magazine “50 Best Dressed Men in Britain” list in 2015. In 2016, the bathrobe he wore sold out after he was seen wearing it.
Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton have decided to send little George in a kindergarten Montessori school, The Westacre Montessori Nursery School in Norfolk, not far from Anmer Hall, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided to raise their children.
The choice of the school confirms that Kate and William now consider Norfolk, and not their London residence of Kensington Palace, as the main house.
They also remained faithful to the belief that their children should have an education as normal as possible.
All the kindergartens close to Kensington Palace, can cost up to 15,000 pounds a year, Georg`s school has a cost of 33 pounds per day, just under 50 dollars, a price very much in line with the price of facilities childhood in the UK.
23 of the 27 children in the school are beneficiaries of financial aid.
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