Prince William & Kate Middleton’s Traveling Tot

Kate Middleton and Prince William leave New Zealand with Prince George **USA and Canada ONLY**

We can’t get enough of the royal family.

In these better late than never pics, Prince William and wife Kate Middleton, along with their 8-month-old son Prince George, bid farewell to Wellington, New Zealand on Tuesday (April 15). Before landing in Sydney, the famous trio were seen leaving on an RAAF plane.

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Looking beautiful in a blue Rebecca Taylor tweed suit, the Duchess of Cambridge, 32, was all smiles alongside her two princes.

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Earlier in the day, the royal couple paid a visit to the Royal New Zealand Police College. The famous duo braved the rain – and, yes, held their own umbrellas! – while meeting some adorable children and puppies.

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While in New Zealand, Prince William said, “I swear I heard him doing the haka this morning,” he joked of his son, referencing the traditional ancestral dance from the nation’s Maori people. “I hope that George doesn’t keep you up!”

“He’s a bonny lad and you’ll be pleased to know that he’s currently preparing for life as a prop forward!” quipped William, who is second in line to the British throne behind his father, Prince Charles.

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Photo credit: AKM-GSI

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  1. heather

    He is such a doll! He looks like a fun baby -seems to go along well with all of the different people and locations.

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  2. Jane

    handsome baby boy!

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  3. Rosy

    It’s such a shame the weather we’ve been having over here, hope they enjoyed their stay regardless :) Think they are off to Australia next, at least they’ll get some warm weather there!

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