The road trip took Kate Middleton's newborn son nearly 300 miles to the Duke and Duchess's home in Anglesey, North Wales, where Prince William has been working as a search and rescue pilot for the last three years.
Locals also reported that Royal grandmother Carole Middleton came along for the trip, having been enlisted to give Kate Middleton a helping hand at their family home in Bucklebury where George was taken to spend his first few weeks.
The North Wales trip was no doubt taken to introduce baby George to the home that his mum and dad have been so fond of before they move back to London.
On an official engagement at the Anglesey show earlier in the week, Prince William spoke of the attachment they had to their North Wales home, saying, "Catherine is sorry that she cannot be here today at the Country Show, but she and George would have loved to have been here."
Speaking of their upcoming family relocation to London, where he will be starting his new career in the Blues and Royals cavalry, William continued: "I know that both of us will miss [Anglesey] terribly when my search and rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month."
Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince George are all reported to be moving to Kensington Palace, which has been undergoing renovations in preparation of the young family's arrival.
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