Prince George Hosted his first gathering and took part in his first official engagement as a member of the royal family…(no the photocell at St. Mary’s where he gave his first royal wave did not count) The little Prince was very excited by all the toys around and worked the crowd like a seasoned royal, interacting mostly with those in the room of his own age but with plenty of smiles for everyone.
What did George wear? The little prince looked darling in the Rachel Riley Sailboat Smocked Dungarees. The navy and ivory cotton dungarees retail for $129 and feature an elasticated waist and adjustable straps which cross over at the back (great fro keeping sleeves and straps up at any age). Prince George Pieces shared news George also wore the £15 Trotters Milo Body and a pair of £25.99 Early Days Pre-Walkers.
Today’s Engagement was so much fun! It was wonderful to see George interacting with other babies and to see moments between him and his parents. The Duchess looked elegant in her Tory Burch dress, a very nice choice for the occasion. Did you enjoy the event? I think it may very well be one of the highlights of the tour.
The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society<, commonly known as Plunket, is a national non-profit organisation which is dedicated to supporting families. Founded in 1907 by paediatrician Sir Frederic Truby King, Plunket was given special permission to use the title ‘Royal’ almost a century ago by King George V. It offers health care assistance to new mothers, fathers and babies and currently sees 90% of newborn babies in New Zealand each year, providing parenting information and developmental assessments.
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