Transcript for Queen Speaks of Prince George in Annual Christmas Message
We're going to turn to a very merry royal christmas. The first for 5-month-old prince george. The queen spoke about her great grandson and future king during her christmas message. We saw a little video of the littlest prince. Lama hasan has the story from london. Reporter: The never-before-seen video, shows the royal daddy bouncing george up and down during his chrisening. And his mom trying to keep his hand out of his mouth. The video, part of the queen's christmas day message. George's grandmother couldn't resist speaking about the new apple of her eye. The arrival of a baby gives everyone the chance to contemplate the future, with renewed happiness and hope. For the new parents, life will never be quite the same again. Reporter: Their little bundle of joy, however, was absence during the chilly traditional walk to the church service. But his beaming parents, william and kate, holding hands, smiling and waving to the thousands who turned up in the cold to see them. Kate and william said they had a lovely morning with prince george. It had been a fantastic christmas. And kate also told people that george was more interested in the wrapping than the presents. Reporter: Harry was also there, sporting a ginger beard leftover from his antarctic adventure. He was stepping out solo, despite rumors of a girlfriend spending the holidays with him. With little george in tow, that makes four generations of royals all united under the queen's roof in sandringham for the holidays. Just in time for the boxing day hunt. It's very traditional. The men do the shooting. And the women generally tend to be there socializing. Reporter: One royal watcher told us, the royals love this annual tradition of going on a boxing day shoot, which is today. Action-packed day, hunting pheasa pheasants. Then, they go to a nearby barn. Their lunch is prepared for them, naturally. Of course. Thank you. Good luck on the boxing day shoot, I suppose. Yeah. Good luck to the pheasants, too. Good luck to everybody. Better luck to the pheasants. Ginger, do we have any luck in our forecast, at least in
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