Prince George is just like any other little boy his age – and rapidly getting too big for his baby clothes.He's the future King, but for now,
Kate Middleton accepted a gift of a babygro from an ex offender during a trip to charity Only Connect with Prince William, telling the gift giver it would come in hands as her son was "growing very fast".
Aaron Russell-Andrews – a former burglar who started an acting career with help from the charity, gave Kate and William a little top in size three to six months with the Only Connect logo and 'Prince George' printed on it.
Kate added that the present would be: "a very good fit as he is growing up very fast", and that "he'll like it".
George was at home while William and Kate completed their third official engagement together since welcoming him.
But the couple did get to see another baby – Mr Russell Andrews' 20-month-old daughter Teegan, who tried to grab the top back. Kate laughed and said: "They're very demanding at this age."
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