Kate Middleton Wipes Prince George's Drool On Her Designer Dress And Proves She's Just Like Us

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Well someone has to wipe the royal dribble and the nanny had the day off!



Kate Middleton might be a Duchess now but she proved she’s just like any other young mum this weekend when she and Prince William brought Prince George to Taronga Zoo in Sydney.

The young family was being given a tour of the bilby enclosure at the Australian zoo where they met George the bilby, who was named after the young prince.



Human George got rather excited when he came face to face with the furry marsupial.

The Duchess of Cambridge was caught short when teething Prince George started dribbling and had to wipe the royal chin with just her hand, before subtly wiping it on her custom made designer summer dress.

It was a classic mum move that will no doubt further endear her to the public as she proves she really is just like the rest of us.



[The Duchess of Cambridge's winning Australian style]

[Kate Middleton makes a cheeky joke at Prince William's expense]

 



Luckily the 32-year-old wasn’t afraid of a little dribble and there was no visible signs left on her bespoke dress.

Kate paired the yellow eyelet dress with her Stuart Weitzman cork wedges and Kiki McDonough earrings.



The Cambridges were present for the unveiling of the Prince George Bilby Exhibit at the Sydney zoo, where the youngest royal was presented with a cuddly toy to remind him of his trip.

Kate and William hopped on a plane not long after to visit Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, in the centre of Australia.




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