Like his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, nee Kate Middleton, Prince George had a busy social calendar in 2015. The spirited youngster made several public appearances, including meeting his newborn sister, Princess Charlotte, in May and watching his first Trooping the Colour ceremony the following month. One of George’s most memorable outings came on July 5 when he toddled up the walkway to St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham to attend Princess Charlotte's christening service.
The future King, who celebrated his second birthday on July 22, charmed crowds everywhere he went, proving that he remains the "Prince of Cuteness." When he wasn’t busy posing for official portraits with his loving family, little George enjoyed day trips to the beach with his grandmother, Carole Middleton, and visits to the National History Museum with his mom. It was at the latter where the young royal, says Kate, found more enjoyment in playing with a pigeon outside than the extensive collections found within the halls of the historic museum.
The new year is shaping up to be even more exciting for George, as he is set to begin his first day of nursery school in January. The two-year-old will attend Westacre Montessori near his family’s home in Norfolk. The spirited youngster will spend a few mornings a week at the school, where he will learn through play and discovery.