Kate Middleton Applies For Prince George’s Passport Ahead Of First World Tour

Kate Middleton is getting ready for Prince George’s first excursion outside of England by applying for his passport. The two-mont-old baby has been to several locations in his native country already.

From London the baby Prince traveled to his mom’s childhood home in Bucklebury where he spent the first few weeks of his life being pampered by grandma and grandpa Middleton.

Afterwards, the family left for Anglesey, Wales where dad William was finishing up his tour of duty as a search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force.

Recently, the future King of England visited the current monarch, great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and great-granddad Prince Philip at one of the family’s multiple castles, Balmoral, in Scotland.

Just writing about it is exhausting, but the Cambridge’s are expected to take on a more prominent role concerning charities dear and near to their hearts and that might mean traveling the globe to promote them.

Kate Middleton and Prince William are getting back to normal, after spending some quiet time to get to know their new son away from the pressures of London.

Now they have returned are slowly easing into more public appearances at official events.

The planned trip by the royals will be similar to the one William and his parents, Prince Charles and Princess Diana took him on 30 years ago when he was nine months old.

Queen Elizabeth has to give permission for Prince George to travel with his father. There is a rule that stipulates that two heirs cannot travel together due to safety reasons.

But we can assume there will be no issues in that regard since the late Princess Diana would not hear of leaving William behind or traveling separately all those years ago.

Kate Middleton, Prince William, and their son Prince George already flew together when they visited Her Majesty at Balmoral recently.