After the royal family’s Australian tour, Prince George will be taking home more gifts than he can carry! While visiting a skatepark in Adelaide, Australia, Prince William and Kate Middleton accepted an awesome custom painted skateboard on little George’s behalf. It even looks like Prince William might be jealous he didn’t get his own board!
Prince George’s Custom Skateboard
Another day, another gift for Prince George!
During a stop at a local skatepark in Adelaide, Australia, Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, 32, accepted a skateboard on their son’s behalf.
The custom-painted board, which was presented by Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty, reads “George” underneath, and also has two Australian flags painted on each end. So cute!
However, while Prince William was accepting the fun gift, his eyes were wide with jealousy. It is safe to say that Prince William will probably put that skateboard to use more than Prince George will!
Can you imagine the Duke of Cambridge skateboarding around Kensington Palace? Too funny!
Prince George Has Also Received A Boat
Of course, the little prince has received a number of gifts during the trip down under.
Along with a stuffed kangaroo, a statue in his honor, and a giant stuffed wombat, the royal baby now has his own royal boat!
On April 11, the Duke and Duchess accepted a tiny dinghy on George’s behalf from Auckland Harbour.
Hopefully, little George can use the dinghy back in London someday!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — What do you think about all of the gifts Prince George has received during his trip down under? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Lauren Cox