Prince William & Kate Middleton: Royal Family Photo Shoot

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By George, that’s a sweet family-of-three!

His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, nearly 1 month, resurfaced with his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton for a royal family photo opp. Released Monday by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after being leaked on Twitter, the two photos feature the new parents and their royal tot.

In one of the shots, their pooch Lupo is featured, and behind the foursome sits another furry family member — Tilly, a retriever and a Middleton family pet.

The royals’ latest pics were taken by Kate’s father, Michael Middleton, in the garden of the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

“William and Catherine wanted to release photos that are more natural and personable, something more intimate,” a Palace aide said of the snaps. “They’re happy with the outcome. The photographs give a great sense of family spirit.”

During the shoot, George was “very peaceful,” the Palace aide continued.

With hair by freelance hairstylist Amanda Cook Tucker, the Duchess, 31, had that new mum glow as she held her baby boy in a fuchsia knot front maternity dress by Seraphine retailing at just $79.

“He’s a little bit of a rascal, put it that way,” William recently shared of their newborn baby boy. “So he either reminds me of my brother or me when I was younger. I’m not sure. But he’s doing very well at the moment.”

And while he’s up at all hours with George, still it’s “not as much as Catherine,” the Prince admitted. “She’s doing a fantastic job,” he added. “For me, Catherine, and now little George are my priorities.”

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  1. LJ

    Kate looks so gorgeous and happy in that second photo with the dogs. Absolutely lovely!

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  2. Barbara

    I read that her father took these pics. I still think it strange they went and stayed with her parents for over a month.

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    • Karen

      Probably because her parents Estate is much more private and relaxed than Kensington Palace where multiple Royal family members live, where the media could camp outside and wait for them.

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      • Anonymous

        But Kate and Willam have there own house way from his family.

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        • Betty

          The house William and Kate have in Anglesey isn’t as private as the Middleton home in Buckleburry. Also it is a lot smaller and as Kate’s mother helped with the baby the first weeks, she would have needed to stay in the small house with them. From what was reported, William, Kate and George stayed at the Middleton home for the first couple of weeks. Once William hat to work again they all returned to Anglesey including Kate’s mom Carole, but she only stayed for a couple of days and already left again.

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        • coco

          Is it so strange that they wanted help and privacy at the Middletons with the new baby in those difficult, scary, important few weeks? To me it seems pretty normal.

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    • kaleyjade

      Has it occurred to you that maybe she needed help, and wanted to give her family time with the baby? My sister moved in with her in-laws for the first two months of her twins’ lives. For new parents, family can be invaluable.

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    • Amy

      CLEARLY you don’t have children. And thank god for that cause the last thing this world needs is morons breeding. It is very common for new mothers to have their own mothers around to help them with the baby so they can have naps, need to eat, take a quick shower, etc..

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    • Anonymous

      Parents help their kids out all the time with babies. What’s the issue?

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  3. PattyB

    Princess Kate purchased that baby blanket at http://www.signaturelittleones.com I just got the same one for my son! Its is so beautiful!

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