The Royal Family Goes Down Under

Prince William, Kate and 8-month-old Prince George will be in New Zealand and Australia for three weeks.
3:00 | 04/06/14

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Never seas to a big treat for royal watchers. They'll be sighing more of prince William, Kate and prince George. The family is popping up down under during an 18-day tour of Australia and New Zealand starting later today. And Cecilia Vega is at the first stop in Wellington. What a great assignment. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning from New Zealand, we are on prince George watch. Hoping to catch a glimpse of the royal baby when the family lands tomorrow morning local time. Behind these gaits is where the royal family will be staying at the governor of New Zealand's home. The duchess and prince have had their trips abroad, but this is the first time 8-month-old George is joining them. Royal protocol doesn't allow direct heirs to fly on the same plane. They are 25 different royal engagements, including a stop in Christ church where a devastating earthquake struck three years ago. This replicates William's first when he was 9 months old. What is Kate wearing? Major royal bling, selected from the queen's private collection. I have to practice my royal wave before the family gets here. You don't need practice. It's perfect. It would be harder to find a

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