Saturday, 19 April 2014

Estelle sets the pace

Prince George of Cambridge is expected to make his next public appearance on Easter Sunday when his parents are due to visit Taronga Zoo in Sydney.  A bilby enclosure there was named after George to mark his birth and it's thought that the little king in waiting with be with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they pay a visit to the zoo.

Prince George with mum, Kate, after their arrival in Sydney

But he's got a hard act to follow as Princess Estelle of Sweden has already starred in an animal adventure this week when she accompanied her mother, Crown Princess Victoria, to Skansen Aquarium as the future queens opened an exhibition all about frogs.

Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle meet a frog during their visit to an aquarium this week

Estelle is one little girl who doesn't have to kiss frogs to find her handsome prince.  Not only does she have a prince as a daddy and as an uncle, she's also going to be a queen in her own right one day so doesn't really need to find a prince of her own.  But she looked fascinated, if a little dubious, about her up close look at the animals on show at the exhibition she helped open.  And she's set the pace for George who is following in her little footsteps as a future monarch starting on the engagements early.  

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