Royal Baby Watch

Prince George Is "Growing Up Fast," Says Kate Middleton

Celebrity Moms Nov. 19, 2013 AT 1:00PM
Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the Only Connect Head Office While visiting the Only Connect charity in London on Nov. 19, Kate Middleton commented that her nearly 4-month-old son, Prince George, is "growing up very fast." Credit: Arthur Edwards-WPA Pool/Getty

Hard to believe Prince George is almost 4-months-old! While visiting the London headquarters of charity Only Connect with husband Prince William on Tuesday, Nov. 19, Kate Middleton gushed about how big their son is getting.

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The 31-year-old Duchess of Cambridge showed off her slim post-baby body in a brown Orla Keily dress while visiting with young people in the charity's offices. Only Connect is an organization that works with prisoners, ex-offenders and young people in an effort to reduce crime.

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During her two-hour visit, Middleton chatted with ex-offender Aaron Russell-Andrews, 22, and his 20-month-old daughter, Teegan. Russell-Andrews gave the new mom a personalized onesie to give to Prince George. The adorable outfit was a size 3-6 months, and featured the Only Connect logo on the front. Middleton was overheard telling Russell-Andrews that the onesie would be a "very good fit," and that George is "growing up fast."

Kate Middleton received a onesie for Prince George from Aaron Russell-Andrews while visiting the Only Connect charity in London on Nov. 19.
Kate Middleton received a onesie for Prince George from Aaron Russell-Andrews while visiting the Only Connect charity in London on Nov. 19.
Credit: Arthur Edwards-WPA Pool/Getty

At one point in the exchange, Russell-Andrews' daughter apparently got a little jealous over the onesie. "Teegan tried to take back the babygro, she's very cheeky," he told Us Weekly of his little girl. Middleton sympathized with him and said, "They're very demanding at this age."

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During her tour of the charity, Middleton also tasted cakes made by trainees from Switchback, a homelessness charity that aims for rehabilitation through catering. While noshing on small pieces of an iced ginger sponge and chocolate cake, the Duchess nodded her head in approval.

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