Ever wanted to take a master class in Beyoncé??
Sounds like a BEY-utiful experience, no?!
Per the school's website, the course involves:
Can you even believe it’s been a whole year?!
This time 12 months ago, we were all on Royal Baby Watch, and then we heard the glorious news that Prince George was born, and then ate a wheel of cheese!
But now the little guy is all grown up and celebrating his first birthday!
In order to properly party on this big day, the Royal higher ups have been releasing pics from a visit Georgie, Kate Middleton, and Prince William had at the Sensational Butterflies exhibit at London's Natural History Museum back on July 2nd.
This adorable one (above) is their latest release!
Why ELSE would the Queen's Guard of England do this if she wasn't?!
By performing the theme song PERFECTLY!
We think that George R.R. Martin would be quite proud, were he on hand to witness the performance!
Just as long as they didn't start playing the Rains of Castamere! That would be some baaaaad news for anyone in attendance! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the brilliant performance…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
This little guy's first birthday is coming up REAL soon, and the look back on his first year on this Earth is already in full swing!
Although we're almost positive the picture of these first steps may prove to be the ultimate highlight!
However don't be fooled by his adorable exterior, as this lil' one is proving to be tough as nails these days!
Well, some super precious nails at least!
But his legs are so much longer than his baby's!
This past Wednesday Prince William flew solo to Coventry's War Memorial Park to launch the Fields in Trust Centenary Fields campaign which will protect war memorial parks from any kind of development.
But while he was there on this most serious occasion, the 32-year-old dad couldn't resist updating everyone on the status of his son Prince George!
In fact he gushed to one teacher named Gill Naylor about his son's speed! The husband of Kate Middleton said:
What little girl doesn’t want to be a princess??
For seven-year-old Emily Heaton, her royal wishes came true (on her birthday no less!), all thanks to dear old dad!
Jeremiah Heaton not only made his daughter a princess, he made himself a king! Last month, he traveled through Africa to an 800-square-mile patch of desert in between Egypt and Sudan. The land, known as Bir Tawil by the locals, has laid unclaimed after a border dispute between the two nations. So, on Emily’s 7th bday, her dad planted a flag that she designed (four stars and a crown) into a rocky hill and made this land his own!
He's now calling this the Kingdom of North Sudan.
Losing a parent is never easy.
It's a whole 'nother animal when you're a teenager and you lose a mother or a father.
Which is what happened to Prince William when he was 15-years-old and he lost his mother Princess Diana in a car crash.
It also happened to Rob and Paul Forkan who lost their parents in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami when they were teenagers, as well.
But they were able to
By George, that is one ADORABLE baby!
Inside the mag is the scoop on what it was like living with the little prince the first year. Turns out, George was a VERY fussy baby!