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Prince George is gracing the cover of Vanity Fair before his first birthday alongside his parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, and the magazine reveals that as a newborn baby, the new prince was always hungry.
E! News reported that the baby is seen on the cover in his mother’s arms while he stars at his doting father, Prince William, otherwise known as the Duke of Cambridge. The author of the article, Katie Nicholl, described how Prince George wasn’t the well behaved little tyke that he appears to be now.
The article discussed how much relief Kate felt that when he was out for his first appearances in the public eye, Prince George behaved properly. The little prince was a loud crier and did not sleep through the night. His nanny, Jessie Webb, was unable to build a routine with him.
The little prince was described as being “permanently hungry.” This caused his parents concern about their tour of the countries of New Zealand and Australia.
Us Weekly reported Webb had been retired, but came back to help the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their new baby. She chose to leave since she wouldn’t be able to travel on the tour with the royal couple, so they took on Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo to help out with nanny duties.
In addition to bringing their son to public appearances, the couple have also done their best to allow him to be brought up in a normal setting as much as possible.
Vanity Fair also hinted that there is a possibility that the Duke and Duchess may try to have a baby soon to give Prince George a little sibling.
The issue of Vanity Fair will be on newsstands July 15.
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