The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, has shared an adorable anecdote about her nearly two-year-old son, Prince George. During a party to celebrate the 105th birthday of the Goring Hotel in London in March, the Duchess told a luxury travel advisor that, upon learning that his father was in China, George had looked for Prince William in the china cabinet.
"I asked her if Prince George was excited about the new Prince or Princess that was coming and she said yes and that he is a toddler and is talking and walking," Claudia Gordon, who owns Naples Luxury Travel Advisors in Naples, told News-press.com.
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Royal tot George looked for his father, who was in China, in the china cabinet
"Then she told me that his daddy was visiting China," continued Claudia. "After hearing this he went to the china cabinet, opened it and proclaimed 'daddy is not here'.
"She said they would work on his geography."
Kate attended the celebration at the Goring, the luxury hotel where she spent the night before her wedding to William in 2011, in a floral Erdem dress and navy Alexander McQueen court shoes.
George will turn two on 22 July, but before then William and Kate will welcome their second child
At the time, William was on a week-long tour of the Far East. The Prince, who is second-in-line to the throne, became the most senior member of the royal family to visit the country since the Queen nearly 30 years ago.
As Prince George nears his two-year birthday on 22 July, Kate's second child is due any day now. The mum-to-be has previously revealed that she is due "mid-to-end of April" but has not given away the exact date the new arrival is expected.
The royal couple have decided how they would like procedures to differ from when they welcomed George. Insiders have said they are keen to avoid the media circus that surrounded their birth of their first-born in 2013.
Prince George will soon have a baby brother or sister
An aide stated: "We would appeal to all media to respect the family nature of this moment and provide the appropriate amount of privacy that they should be able to expect."
With that in mind, reporters and photographers have been told not to wait outside the hospital door until after the Duchess goes into labour.