Duchess Kate was happily sharing the spotlight with her son, Prince George, upon their arrival in Sydney on Wednesday. Prince William looked dashing as usual and quite friendly with the greeting his family received after landing in Australia.
George wore a romper adorned with sailboats Kate wore a bright yellow dress designed by Roksanda Ilincic Ryedale. The dress retails for about $1,500. The yellow color Kate wore was a tribute to Australia's national color.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are getting quite an assortment of gifts for George. ABC News reports April 16 that the eight-month-old future king was given a large stuffed wombat from Australia’s Governor-General. Ironically, Princess Diana affectionately called William "wombat" when he was a toddler.
As Today noted in their report, rumors were swirling that Duchess Kate was pregnant again. When William told a well-wisher who gave him an article of clothing for Prince George, he joked that she'll need to make a bigger one soon. A little while later, Kate was seen drinking wine, which debunked pregnancy rumors on the spot.
Since the Cambridges have toured New Zealand, the interest in baby George has skyrocketed. Photo-ops and playful footage of the prince have won over the masses. Australia will only be a continuation of the ever-increasing popularity of Prince George.
Duchess Kate is definitely sharing the spotlight with her young son and she's a mother who doesn't mind. She knows she couldn't be in better company!