Prince George!

After taking a short break, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to their royal tour duties in Wellington, New Zealand, on Wednesday when they arrived at Government House to meetwith the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, an organisation that provides health care to children and new families. 
Prince George Kicks Off His Royal Duties With a Lively Playgroup
The couple brought along Prince George for his first official royal engagement (not counting his christening), which included meeting with a preselected group of families for some well-deserved baby playtime. The group includes four baby boys and six little girls, as well as their parents and guardians. The families were selected for the event to represent the diversity of New Zealand and will include a same-sex couple (one of whom is from the US), stay-at-home parents, working mothers, and a range of ethnicities. Being a part of George's playgroup is a big deal for the tiny tots, as this is one of the few events that George has been scheduled for during his time in New Zealand and Australia.
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The group includes four baby boys and six little girls, as well as their parents and guardians. The families were selected for the event to represent the diversity of New Zealand and will include a same-sex couple (one of whom is from the US), stay-at-home parents, working mothers, and a range of ethnicities. Being a part of George's playgroup is a big deal for the tiny tots, as this is one of the few events that George has been scheduled for during his time in New Zealand and Australia.




Prince George Kicks Off His Royal Duties With a Lively Playgroup