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For an 8-month-old, Prince George has quite the buzzing social calendar. Trips to Mustique, fancy photo shoots, and, now, a three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia with mummy and daddy. Where does one find the time?
The baby's first foreign tour will also see him socializing in a royal capacity. On Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are scheduled to meet with fellow new parents in honor of The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, a charitable organization supporting family-health services. The event will also serve as a royal playdate of sorts for little George.
"The babies will get down on the floor," Plunket's Helen Clifton says of the event. "They are at that age when most of them are crawling and starting to explore."
With families ranging from a Maori mother to a pair of gay dads, the playdate guarantees a diverse crowd. Here's hoping Prince George learns to share his royal toys and doesn't chomp on anyone with his (two) royal teeth. (People)