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17 Prince George Facts: Birth, Schooling & Many More!

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Prince George of Cambridge is the eldest child of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

Prince George of Cambridge, also known by the name George Alexander Louis, was born on July 22, 2013, into the British royal family. He was born at St Mary's Hospital at 4:24 p.m., London, UK.

The birth of Prince George was celebrated throughout the kingdom and the Commonwealth. He is known as the future king because he is third in line to the royal British throne behind Prince Charles of Wales. The Duke and Duchess, Prince William and Catherine (Kate Middleton), have two more young children: Prince Louis of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. During the first lady Michelle Obama's visit to London, it was known that the young prince was very close to his uncle, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The paternal grandparents of the eldest son of Prince William are Prince Charles and Princess Diana. The first child, baby George, lives in Kensington Palace, and during his birth, the celebration was done in royal tradition T Buckingham Palace.

Princess Charlotte is six years old. Prince George calls his father 'pops'. It was believed that the birth of the royal elder son of Prince William would cause a drastic change in the British national economy. Although Prince George's younger sibling, Princess Charlotte, is known to be the wealthiest royal child, George Alexander Louis, Prince George, is known for his public influence and it is called the 'Prince George Effect' or 'royal baby effect'. The royal fans love to purchase their once-worn clothes. Emilia Jardine Paterson is the godmother of Prince George, along with Anthony James Moxon Lowther-Pinkerton (Jamie Lowther Pinkerton), the private secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is the godfather. Prince George had a royal christening in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace by Justin Welby, who was the archbishop of Canterbury, along with Oliver Baker, Earl Grosvenor, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, Zara Tindall, William van Cutsem, Julia Samuel, and Emilia Jardine-Paterson on October 23, 2013. 

Schooling Of Prince George

Prince George first attended Westacre Montessori School Nursery at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, and Thomas's School in Battersea.

Prince George's education started at a young age when he was only two years old. The royal tour of Prince George is well known among people, along with his parents, Prince William and Duchess Catherine. The prince started school in January 2016 when he was only two years old, which was very close to his home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, Westacre Montessori School Nursery.

He first received formal education at a school close to his family's home. Prince George's first primary school was Thomas's School in Battersea, at which he started on September 7, 2017. In school, Prince George studies along with his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, while the youngest one studies in another school. Thomas's School is considered to be unique in the context of primary education, which is more significantly used at Oxford and Cambridge, as prestigious universities. 

The school was started by Joanna Thomas in 1971 and many courses are currently being offered to students. The school in which Prince George studies is part of Thomas's London Day Schools. The younger siblings are also well recognized by people in comparison to Prince George.

At school, Prince George is known by the name George Cambridge. Recently, Prince George, along with his sister, has been known to learn the new language skills of French and Spanish. The younger brother, Prince Louis, is known to be studying at Willcocks Nursery School.

Relationships Of Prince George

Prince of George of Cambridge is the son of the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.

Caroline Middleton and Michael Middleton are George's maternal grandparents. Prince Charles of Wales and Princess Diana are his paternal grandparents. The royal birth of Prince George in the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, London, brought a new wave of happiness to Buckingham Palace and was celebrated across the entire Commonwealth realm.

Prince George has two younger siblings: Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge. Prince George is very close to his uncle, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. Prince Harry married Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex. The great grandparents of the little prince are Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Before the birth of Prince George, nearly 120 years ago, an undisputed king had a great-grandchild born in line inheritance to the throne.

Queen Victoria's great-grandchild, Edward VIII, who eventually abdicated from the throne, was born third in line in 1894. The Queen's third great-grandchild, Prince George, was baptized in a duplicate gown worn by Queen Victoria's oldest daughter in 1841. The gown has been worn by the Queen's father, King George VI, as well as the Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry. At his baptism in 2008, the Earl and Countess of Wessex's son, James, Viscount Severn, became the first royal newborn to adorn the unique gown.

Prince George is known to be very close to his uncle, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.

Ancestry Of Prince George

King George V is known to be the first monarch of the House of Windsor.

King George V married Mary of Teck and had six children. The eldest son, King Edward VIII, relinquished the throne to marry an American divorcee, while the throne was then passed on to King George VI. King George VI married the queen mother, Queen Elizabeth, and had two daughters, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret. The first child, Queen Elizabeth II, married Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and had four children, the eldest being Prince Charles.

Prince Charles married Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Diana, the Duchess of Wales. With Diana, Prince Charles had two children, Prince William, and Prince Harry. The first child, Prince William, married Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, and had three children, the eldest being Prince George, followed by Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Cultural Impact On Kids

Prince George of Cambridge is known to have a wide impact on the lives of kids. He is known for the 'Prince George effect', which is sometimes also referred to as the royal baby effect, for the sale of his clothes.

The fashion impact of Prince George is such that if he once wears any clothing, it is immediately sold out to the royal fans. The dressing gown worn by Prince George when he met with President Obama in 2016 was immediately sold out as soon as royal fans saw him wearing it. In 2017, a similar incident happened when the school served the Le Puy green lentil dish to him and there was a spike in the sale of legumes. In 2018, Tatler's best-dressed person was Prince George.

Previously, in 2015, Prince George was ranked among the best-dressed people. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have frequently raised concerns about their son's privacy in the media and have always requested that he be allowed to live in his own space. Prince George has a guest role in the 2016 children's book, Winnie-the-Pooh Meets the Queen, which was produced to commemorate the 90th birthdays of both Queen Elizabeth II and the fictitious character Winnie-the-Pooh.

In the British satire comedy sketch, 'Newzoids', Prince George is portrayed as a restless, noxious figure with a filthy sense of humor. 'The Prince', an animated sitcom set in 2021, portrays a dramatized eight-year-old Prince George who causes problems for both his parents and the British Royal Monarch.

According to his parents, George has a great affection for the cartoon character Fireman Sam. Prince George likes storms, and according to his mother, that marks that her son is brave enough to face difficult situations in the near future. Barack Obama, former president of the United States of America, was seen gifting the little royal boy a rocking horse when he was born .

Here at Kidadl, we have carefully created lots of interesting family-friendly facts for everyone to enjoy! If you liked our suggestions for Prince George facts, then why not take a look at Prince William interesting facts, or Prince Harry fun facts for kids?

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