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Prince Charles: Proud Grandpa!

Prince Charles: Proud Grandpa!

Grandpa’s joys

wantedon 07/31/2013 | 17:35

Prince Charles, who has so far gone unnoticed by public displays of affection, appears to have fooled his first grandson, Prince George.

Not only do Kate Middleton and Prince William have every reason to be happy after the birth of their son, Prince George, but also the rather stiff appearance Prince Charles seems “very amused” by the arrival of his first grandson be be.

Prince Charles is happy about the gift for Prince George

At least after the birth of his grandson about a week ago, Prince Charles seems to have gotten used to receiving rich gifts very quickly: wherever he has been recently, Prince William will be the father of Prince William. showered with baby gifts for little Prince George – this is how the “royal baby” – mad Brits love Prince Charles’s grandson and welcome your future king to the world and the new parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, when it comes to baby items under royal arms.Prince charles is happy

Even after visiting the Whitstable Oyster Festival in Whitstable, southern England, the duffel bags of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker Bowles were likely to have been a bit full again – the couple were allowed represent Kate Middleton and Prince William, who are still at the estate with Prince George. the Middletons are in Bucklebury, Greeting cards, teddy bears and rompers to receive. Prince Charles seems to have been quite happy, as you can see in the photo: he posed very exuberant for his circumstances. a little yellow t-shirt with the festival conference center. And Prince Charles is also very fond of the name of his grandson, as he himself explained on the occasion: George, very good name. He will soon be known as Georgie. “

Prince Charles seems to be really comfortable in his new role as grandfather, and we can look forward to even more images in the future of the British heir to the throne looking so wonderfully silly in front of the camera.

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