Transcript for Prince William and Kate Middleton Prepare Baby George for Zoo Visit
Let us know what you think. Something a lot of people at home are talking about this morning. The royal couple on the road down under. Halfway through their Australian tour. And prince William and Kate being welcomed by adoring crowds today in the appropriately named state of queensland. The duke and duchess of Cambridge, captivating thousands on day four of their ten-day tour down under. The pair spent the day rubbing shoulders with dignitaries and 200 invited guests in a reception fit for Royals. This, after touring the royal Australian air force base at amberley, where the couple hopped into a fighter jet. Kate right at home in the cockpit, just like her chopper pilot hubby. Before planting a tree in honor of veterans. All following a jam-packed day on the stunning beaches on manly on Friday. The two hung ten with the nippers, a group of junior lifeguards. Kate spending 40 minutes in her wedges, like a "Baywatch" babe, pictured running on the sand. William, a bit more overdressed in a blue blazer. Firing the starting gun for a race. The crowd of 12,000, presenting the pair with a custommade arrfbod and little swim trunks for prince George. And it was sheer fun at Sydney's royal Easter show. After admiring animals, art, chocolate and produce, Kate told reporters she couldn't keep prince George off her mind. The 8-month-old was reportedly staying with his nanny, is a sucker for sweet potatoes. I don't think I heard you say a baby was cute. We talk about animals all the time. He really is cute. Yeah. Speaking of animals. The couple is returning to Sydney to reunite with prince George. And tomorrow, the whole family heads to the zoo. They have a beautiful zoo in Sydney. An animal called a billby will be named after George. It's a marsupial with big ears. That's a compliment. Are they going to name an anteater after him, too? Prince William says that's going to be George's first words because he can't say koala. Quite a kid. It's hard enough to run a marathon. But this morning, you're going to meet some people who are
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