There aren't many people who can say they have achieved great heights before their first birthday, but little baby Prince George looks set to be a trendsetter as he is named the number one most influential person in London - even beating mum Kate Middleton to the top spot.
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Kate Middleton was placed at number seven in the rankings of London's top movers and shakers, named in the London Evening Standard's prestigious Power 1000 list, compiled in collaboration with Battersea Power Station.
Other Londoners to make the top twenty include Prince William and Prince Harry, who came in joint 11th place, plus model Cara Delevingne who receives the news after causing a frenzy at London Fashion Week with a multitude of catwalk appearances.
Cheeky One Directioner Harry Styles also placed highly on the list at number 17 - just one place behind Her Majesty the Queen.
Speaking of Prince George's latest accolade, Editor Sarah Sands has said: "London is a magnet for the rest of the world and our newest power resident, Prince George, is a timely symbol."
"He is our greatest tourist attraction," she continued - a mighty title for the two month old.
The full Power 1000 will be available online from 9pm tonight after being unveiled at the glittering Battersea Power Station party - although with a thoroughly Royal domination, it doesn't look like there's much room for competition... SM