Prince George's 'home from home' during Australia tour

By admin
01 April 2014

Prince William and Duchess Catherine are keen to ensure eight-month-old George will be comfortable when they leave to carry out royal engagements during their tour of Australia and New Zealand and plan to give him a "home from home".

Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine are planning to give Prince George a "home from home" during their New Zealand and Australia tour.

The royal couple are keen to ensure their eight-month-old tot has everything he needs when they leave him behind to carry out their duties while abroad next month. They are planning to stays at the Government House in Wellington, Admiralty House in Sydney and Government House in Canberra during their three-week tour and the tiny tot is expected to have his own room at the three residences, while they stay in a guest suite next door, and nanny Maria Borrallo will be nearby. A source told The Daily Mirror newspaper: "The Duke and Duchess are anything but demanding, but there are lots of things that George will need and all the hosts are keen to do everything they can to provide what's necessary.

'The couple's main concern is that George should feel completely content and at home'

"The couple's main concern is that George should feel completely content and at home and that Maria should also have everything she needs to keep him happy.

"They want it to be as much of a home from home as possible.

"They are taking a large amount of stuff, including all of his nappies and clothes, and there are some things that are being provided at the other end."

- Bang Showbiz

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