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Inspired by Teabag Brand, William and Kate Address Baby George PG as Tips

by Savitha C Muppala on September 2, 2013 at 11:54 PM
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 Inspired by Teabag Brand, William and Kate Address Baby George PG as Tips

The Royal baby, Prince George, has been given a very offbeat nickname inspired by a brand of tea bags.

Royal Parents, William and Kate have decided to call him Tips, after people began to call Prince George as PG.

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Prince George has created a record at birth, by being the largest Royal Baby ever. He weighed 8lb and 6oz at birth and according to a Palace source, is thought to have gained five pounds since then.

According to the source, Kate breast-feeds her first-born.

During the first interview since the birth of his son, William spoke about fatherhood and fondly called little George a "rascal". Apparently, the baby keeps the parents on their toes, is a light sleeper and is extremely active.



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