Cute Kid Alert: Guess Whose Mean-Mugging Adorable Kid This Is

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October 23, 2013 ‐ By
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Everyone, allow me to reintroduce you to Prince George of Cambridge, the very cute son of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. Prince George is only three months old and he’s already got all eyes on him, and is in line to become the next King of England. But for today, he was just a baby getting christened like little ones do. The young family headed to St. James’s Palace today in London for George’s christening, and it was a quite ceremony without too much hoopla surrounding it–unlike George’s birth in July (let us not forget the folks camping outside the hospital for days waiting to see him). The small service was attended by family, including Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton, Kate’s younger sister.

George is definitely looking healthy after three months in the world, and he didn’t fuss during the ceremony, but rather, just looked around at his parents and the archbishop. And if you’re wondering why he’s wearing a gown, it’s because it’s the same type of dress worn by all 60 previous royal children at their christenings–his is a replica though. But can we talk about those cheeks!? Prince George is definitely adorable and seems to enjoy doing things in “royal” fashion. Check out a few more pictures of the good-looking family.

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  • Charisse A Hill

    Awwww look at his little dress.

  • cryssi

    Cute baby, its not the first time I’ve seen a baby boy in a wedding dress for christening. I have no issue with it, but it’s not something I would do.

    Anywho, I love Princess Kate’s mean first lady outfit and hat game!!!

  • Guess

    What a cutie.

  • Alexis

    Im going to ask a real ignorant question, why is he wearing a dress?

    • Live_in_LDN

      It’s a traditional christening gown. Until recent commercial marketing of the last 50 years or so, people didn’t really gender their children until they were of age and just let them be kids. Google ‘President Roosevelt as a child’. There’s a picture of him in a dress and curls. The obsession to put baby boys in blue and baby girls in pink and bows; is a modern one.

  • Happy

    Rather hear about them than Kimye anyday, at least they have class, unlike Kimye!

    • Live_in_LDN

      The British Royal family don’t have class. They’re all a bunch of inbred, benefit frauds.

      • Dee

        But at least William didn’t release a pic of Kate with her butt hanging out of her bating suit after having a baby for the world to see, and they don’t have class?

        • Live_in_LDN

          There’s loads of picture’s of Prince Harry’s naked self all over the internet. Princess Margaret’s exploits put Kim Kardashian’s to shame. The M15 have silenced a lot of her illegitimate children. Let’s not even get me started on Fergie…. The Royal family have A LOT of skeletons in their closet. Kim’s crime of taking a picture of herself in a bikini (mother’s should wear full burkas?) pales in significance to all the scandals surrounding the Royals. Only naive Americans and the elderly care for them…

        • Live_in_LDN

          Prince Phillip, Prince William’s father is constantly in the English papers for making racist comments.. Is a bunch of inbred, entitled, racist white people the definition of class to you?

    • Dee

      IKR, just tired of the Kimye engagement story already!

  • Trisha_B

    Such a cutie. Love them cheeks

  • Concerned Reader

    Cute boy, but I don’t see why he should be wearing that outfit. It looks too much like a girl’s dress.

    • Chas

      I’m sure its a tradition

    • Happy

      It’s a tradition, next time RESEARCH!

      • Concerned Reader

        To the 3 DUMBASS*S, I KNOW it’s a tradition…. the whole point of my comment is that it is unnecessary. Next time learn some reading comprehension.

        • Happy

          Why resort to name calling, we didn’t call you out of your name, so don’t call us out of ours! We was explaining the gown and how it is a tradition in the UK to you and apparently you took it as offensive. SMH, grow up!

          • Concerned Reader

            Why write the SAME pointless comment to me three times? Take your own poor advice, you are the one who tried to insult me by telling me to do research, which is why I replied to you specifically and not the others.
            Like I said before, I don’t need you to explain anything to me – if you knew reading comprehension, you would realise that my comment was criticising the tradition.
            Grow up? I don’t need to know what you look into the mirror and tell yourself…

            • Happy

              But did me or the others call you a dumba**? No we didn’t! I said RESEARCH as a suggestion, not an insult, so stop acting extra sensitive and have a nice day! *rolls eyes*

              • Alexis

                You definitely put it in all caps with an exclamation point to add some sting, you were being condescending, Doesn’t mean anyone should get cussed at though

                • Happy

                  Well okay then, next time I won’t put it in all caps and with an exclamation point when replying to a comment so I won’t hurt their feelings again, LOL!

              • Concerned Reader

                It’s a sad world we live in where people think that the only way to insult someone is to call them an offensive word. The thing is, I am so accustomed to this nonsense. My original comment was praising the beauty of the child and criticising the tradition. But, because of uneducated, idle people like you, I am forced to defend myself over and over.
                If someone tells you to read a book, it is the same as saying that you have little knowledge (of something), which is similar to saying you’re an id*ot (there you have the offensive word). Get it?
                You insult me, and you want me to be nice? I have feelings too. In other words, I gave you back exactly what you gave me.

                • hollyw

                  You don’t see how criticizing another’s culture is, in itself, offensive..?

                  The responses might have been rude, but yours was actually ignorant.

                  It is exactly why Americans have the “ignorant arrogant” stereotype.

                  • Concerned Reader

                    I never said that my comment was not offensive to their tradition. It is my opinion. Ignorant? LOL! Let me give you the real definition of ignorant: A person called hollyw, who thinks that any random person she comments to on this board is “American”. FAIL. You are making this too easy for me, because you are all focused on the wrong things.

                    • hollyw

                      No. You just want usbto be. Fact is, you’re just not that mysterious. Good luck, Concerned Reader.

                    • Concerned Reader

                      LOL, you interpret me as trying to being mysterious? You are truly clueless. I don’t need wishes of good luck from you, save them for yourself.

            • Chocolate Milk

              Apparently you are a wuss! People here was explaining to your simple aZs that the boy is wearing a Christening gown as a tradition and apparently your reading comprehension is off as well! If you can read, which I doubt it, the part it says “And if you’re wondering why he’s wearing a gown, it’s because it’s the same type of dress worn by all 60 previous royal children at their christenings” That should have been your answer there, DUUUHHHHHH! Don’t want an answer, don’t ask a damn question!

              • Concerned Reader

                Learn what a question is! Read my other comment. See what you get for butting in? Astoundingly ……….

        • Live_in_LDN

          Your first comment didn’t imply any of that. Stop backtracking. You asked why he was wearing a dress,, we answered. If you actually act more humble and embrace when others share knowledge, you wouldn’t be so angry, a condition caused by frustrating ignorance.

          • Concerned Reader

            Yes, you would know a lot about frustrating ignorance, because you are suffering with it. I never asked WHY he was wearing a dress, I never asked a question – do you even know what a question is?…. I said I didn’t see why he should be wearing an OUTFIT that LOOKS like a dress!….Which was clearly an OPINION instead of a question! THAT is why! If you had an ounce of intelligence you would know something so simple!
            You are so all-knowing that you just know I must be backtracking? Next time kindly share your confusion with the nearest brick wall.

    • Live_in_LDN

      As everyone said, it’s tradition. Do a internet for President Roosevelt as a child. He was wearing a dress. The gender rules you are protesting ARE VERY new and recent.