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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!
This is so touching!
Three young girls, Ryley, Rheann, and Ainsley were all battling different forms of cancer when they showed up to a photoshoot together earlier this year.
Before that day, they were all strangers, but now, everyone knows their story!
The touching photos of the girls went viral back in April, with inspirational words like, “Sometimes strength comes in knowing that you are not alone!”
And it was true!
zOMG! He’s really living up to his name!
When Jessica Simpson named her son Ace, she probably didn’t think he’d resemble everyone’s favorite character with that name so much!
Could he be any cuter?!
While taking in the Sensational Butterflies exhibit at the Natural History Museum, little Georgie was photographed walking!
And in his little denim overalls and matching polo shirt, he couldn’t have been any more AWWW-inspiring!
But we already knew that he’d hit this big milestone, since he’s chasing around dogs! LOLz!
The man who snapped the pic, John Stillwell, talked about the family’s royal visit, saying
A five-year-old girl named Presley Keeton from Westlake, Ohio was tired of drivers going down her residential street WAY past the 25 MPH speed limit. In fact some of those wild racers seemed like they were going at least 85 MPH!!!
The danger that lurked outside prevented Presley's parents from allowing her to play outside which prompted her to write a letter to her local law enforcement urging them to help her out!
Well, the men and women in blue most certainly did!