Transcript for Prince George's First Overseas Visit
A new milestone for the royal family. First official visit overseas for prince George. You can see the family touching down in New Zealand last night. The first leg of the three-week tour and ABC's Cecilia Vega has the story. Reporter: After a 30-hour flight, a chubby 8-month-old baby George landed down under this morning behaving like the prince he is on his first overseas tour. Could it be, the first royal wave? Duchess Kate looking regal in red and broach diamond and platinum on loan from the queen. They landed and met by a throng of reporters, me among them. There they are, they just touched down. The baby looking adorable. It replicate Williams's first trip down under when he was a baby though this one included a ceremonial maori greeting called hong and ceremony warriors not dressed in much. From this country's indigenous people. A colorful start packed with more than 50 royal engagements. Don't expect to see baby George very much. He'll be spending most of his time with the royal nanny. William more than anything from the overexposure that is his mother princess Diana faced. He wants to not only protect his wife but his baby. Reporter: This is just the first of what will by George be a lifetime of engage many. Cecilia Vega, ABC news, Wellington, New Zealand. Baby George looks like daddy. He is one good-looking kid. Cute. Hope they have a great trip.
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