'Mother, why is this woman touching me?' Prince George and his parents are now in Australia as part of their three-week royal tour of New Zealand and Australia.
Britain’s littlest royal bids farewell to New Zealand for an Aussie adventure with his parents.
Move over koalas, there is a brand new cutie pie in Australia right now and it is none other than the oh-so-adorable Prince George. The chubby little prince joined his parents Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine for the next leg of the three-week royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Nine-month-old George, who already has his own legion of fans, proved that he is every inch a fashionista like his mother as he made a mid-flight outfit change before touching down at the Sydney airport on an Royal Australian Air Force VIP aircraft.
Earlier, George was pictured wearing a white cardigan and navy blue shorts during the huge send-off by the Kiwis at an airport in Wellington, New Zealand, but upon his arrival in Sydney, he was decked in an all-white smock.
His mummy also made a quick change from a blue Rebecca Taylor jacket and skirt (from the “Sparkle Tweed” collection) into a bright yellow fitted dress by Serbia-born, London-based designer Roksanda Ilinic, while daddy William appeared stuck to his white shirt and navy suit.
Australia’s ABC News reported that while in Sydney, baby George will have a bilby enclosure at the Taronga Park Zoo named after him; his parents will be visiting several other iconic landmarks in the country.
The news agency also said that the family will attend The Royal Easter Show and watch surf lifesavers in action at Manly Beach, visit the Royal Australian Air Force Base at Amberley and return to Sydney for an Easter Sunday church service at St Andrew’s Cathedral.
Prince William and Kate are also set to visit Uluru and meet indigenous artists and students at Yulara. The young family will then travel to Adelaide where they will be guests of the community of Elizabeth, a suburb created and named after George’s great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The Royal family will end their 10-day Australia tour in Canberra, where the are expected to attend the Anzac Day march and commemorative service at the Australian War Memorial.