Prince George Nears First Birthday Milestone

All eyes were on baby George this year as he traveled to Australia, learned to walk and landed a magazine cover.
2:41 | 07/09/14

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George kicks it off. Coming up on his birthday. We have a new behind-the-scenes look at his first year including some colicky moments for the future king although he looks happy there and lama Hasan brings us the details from London. Good morning, lama. Reporter: Good morning. By, George, it's been a great year. All those air miles on his first foreign trip to Australia and New Zealand and learning how to walk and landing his very first "Vanity fair" cover with a revealing article that describes him as a noisy and ravenous baby. He's arguably the most famous baby in the world and now just weeks before his first birthday, royal darling, prince George, is gracing the cover of the new issue of "Vanity fair." Alongside his royal parents. The article reveals that besides being the heir to the throne, he's pretty much your average toddler who for the tough first few months cried loudly and frequently and was permanently hungry. You would expect back at the palace servants, maternal nurse, everything on hand. That wasn't even an air-conditioning unit. Reporter: So don't expect a big to do for his first birthday like there was on his arrival. "Vanity fair" reports the prince is expected to have a small birthday tea gathering with his parents and grandparents. The one thing that William always wanted to be was ordinary and it's the one thing that they both want for George. Reporter: The article also reveals will and Kate are trying to provide George with a Normal upbringing taking him to play dates at the homes of friends with kids and that they didn't initially want to hire a nanny but eventually gave in. Not only is maria is a whiz with making puree and nappy changing, she can drive high-speed car, trained in self-defense and knows where the paparazzi are hiding. Reporter: A nanny who came in handy helping wills and Kate out when they took their tour to Australia and New Zealand this year. Stealing the limelight everywhere he goes. Most recently the pint-sized prince was on the polo field wanting a piece of the action. Sooner rather than later. Reporter: So Katie Nicholl, the author of that article telling us according to her sources the royal couple want to move into their new country home and get settled in first before trying to are a new -- another baby, rather, so, guy, we may be hearing the pitter-patter of little feet sooner rather than later, gang. Royal baby bump watch, here we go. Here we go. Are you ready, Lara? Bag is packed. Hey, lama, thanks so much.

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