Transcript for Prince George Masters the Royal Wave on a Royal Visit With Will and Kate
Take an 8 month old baby on a trip and you're taking bottle, diaper bags and his new parents are taking something else. An international press corp watching. As baby prince George starts his first road trip. ABC there in New Zealand. Reporter: The welcome, fit for a king. A ceremonial New Zealand greeting from the country's indigenous people, nose kisses known as "Hong," a welcome from maori warriors, who wore, well, not very much at all. But the main attraction -- the royal cuteness. Prince George managing to outshine his perfectly royal parents with all that royal chubbiness -- Kate looking regal in red, wearing diamonds on loan from the queen. William spotted carrying his son's royal kangaroo backpack. But really, it was all about this boy. Could it be his first royal wave? And there they are, they've just touched down. The royal family, prince George, adorable as ever. The royal visit begins. Reporter: The duke and duchess will compete in their own America's cup races. And visit Christ church, devastated by an earthquake three years ago. But today was all about a baby -- who even after a 20 hour flight, behaved like a prince. ABC news, welington, new Zealand.
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