Prince George given an Easter gift. But he was more interested, it seems, in something else. Here's ABC's bianna golodryga tonight. Reporter: Move over, prince harry, the Royals may have found their... See More
Prince George given an Easter gift. But he was more interested, it seems, in something else. Here's ABC's bianna golodryga tonight. Reporter: Move over, prince harry, the Royals may have found their new bad boy. 8-month-old prince George showing how not to receive a gift. Slapping away a stuffed animal bilby, Australia's version of an Easter bunny, presented to him at Sydney's famous taronga zoo. His slightly embarrassed but amused father, prince William, holding the tyke. George coming face to face with the real-life endangered marsupial named after him. And officially opening the prince George bilby exhibit. He was kicking his little legs when he arrived. He was smiling. He was interacting with the bilby. Reporter: Elsewhere at the zoo, the duke and duchess interacted with Australia's other wild life. Kate seen here petting a koala while William fed a giraffe. The trip to the zoo coming after the royal couple attended Easter service at St. Andrew's cathedral with hundreds of spectators hoping to catch a glimpse. Tomorrow, the couple will begin the second and most anticipated half of their Australian tour. One of the moments of the trip the people have most been looking forward to is when they go to uluau or ayer's rock. Naturally it's going to evoke memories of when prince Charles and princess Diana went there more than 30 years ago. Reporter: Three decades later, it's the next generation of Royals leaving lasting memories down under. Bianna golodryga, ABC news, new York. Thank you.
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