Royal Roundup: Prince William Registers Prince George’s Birth
According to tweets by BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt, this morning Prince William registered the birth of his son, Prince George. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, reportedly remained at home with her parents for the event. The birth certificate, which officially named the newborn baby as His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, also listed Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s occupation as “Princess of the United Kingdom”.
A crystal clear version: pic.twitter.com/Ys1lH8Mnbq
— Peter Hunt (@BBCPeterHunt) August 2, 2013
- Prince Harry has opened a £30 million ($45.8 million) Royal Navy center in Plymouth, Devon, where more than 300 military personnel will be trained for worldwide operations, reports BBC.
- Princess Anne attended the last parading of colors for the Kings Own Scottish Borderers yesterday, handing out roses as part of a tradition which observes the Battle of Minden in Germany 250 years ago, when Borderers picked roses for their caps before going into battle, mentions BBC. The soldiers were amalgamated into the Royal Regiment of Scotland in 2006, making this their last parade of colors. Their flags and colors are to join Berwick museum.