A charming portrait of Royal motherhood (Photos)

A charming portrait of Royal motherhood (Photos)

A charming portrait of Royal motherhood (Photos)

Written by Bella Dalima

19 Apr, 2014 | 6:44 pm

The doors open on one of the most breathtaking views in the world, the house itself is rich with history.

But for the Duchess of Cambridge, fresh off a flight from New Zealand and swept along by the cheers of thousands of fans outside Sydney Opera House, the only attraction in this charming photograph is her small son.

Kate is not the only one to be enthralled by George. Three of her own aides, as well as the Governor General of Australia’s official secretary, are unable to take their eyes off the eight-month-old boy who has eclipsed even his famous parents on his first Royal tour.


In the background the Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove can be seen carrying a small toy wombat for the young prince. George also got a bigger version, which raised a rare public smile.

The Duke of Cambridge, meanwhile, looks very relaxed as he enjoys tea after arriving in Australia for the second leg of the three week Royal tour.

The photograph was taken on Wednesday by Australian prime minister Tony Abbott’s official photographer David Foote and shows an informal tea party at Admiralty House, where the Royal couple are staying.



As seen in this official portrait from Admiralty House, the Governor-General’s gift of on oversized wombat to Prince George earned a wide grin from the future king

Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and wife Lady Lynne Cosgrove welcome the royal couple to Admiralty House

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives to pure adulation in Brisbane’s South Bank on Saturday

 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge receive a floral gift from children during a visit to the Amberley Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) base to complement Kate’s stunning LK Bennett blue poppy number

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