Prince George goes hunting for the first time
2018 has been an exciting year for Prince George. He was a page boy at Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's wedding, he became a big brother and, this September, he will be starting primary school! Earlier this month, he also passed another milestone, and went on his first hunt while visiting the Queen in Scotland with his family.
Duchess Catherine (36) and Prince William (36) are currently visiting Queen Elizabeth II (92) in Scotland. The royal couple's cute children Princess Charlotte (3) and Prince George (5) are, of course, also with the royal couple. The short Scottish break has turned into an adventurous one for Prince George, as is his mother, Duchess Catherine, took him hunting for the first time.
Prince George's first time hunting
Following in his forebears footsteps, Prince George was introduced to the sport of hunting by Duchess Catherine last Friday. According to The Sun, they went grouse-hunting in Scotland. Afterwards, they had a big family lunch at Balmoral Castle with the Queen, Prince Charles (69), Princess Anne (68), Zara (37) and Mike Tindall (39), as well as Prince Edward (54) and his family.
On Sunday, the royal family attended a service together. The royals are currently enjoying the last days of their holidays before, Prince William, Duchess Catherine and their children will be heading back to London. Princess Charlotte has to go back to nursery school very soon and, on 6th September, Prince George will start year one at Thomas's Battersea.