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Kate Middleton: Prince George is growing up fast

Kate Middleton talks about Prince George and gets a special new onesie at an important charity event for at-risk youths.

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Kate and William heading into Only Connect. Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet

Four-month-old Prince George is “growing up fast.”

According to the UK’s Mirror, that’s what his mom, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, told ex-offender Aaron Russell-Andrews during her and Prince William‘s two-hour visit to Only Connect, a charitable organization for former offenders and at-risk youth, which Princess Diana had supported.

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During their chat, Aaron gave the Duchess a personalized onesie for Prince George, which she graciously accepted, saying it would be a “very good fit.” The onesie was size 3-6 months and featured the Only Connect logo and Prince George’s name.

When Aaron’s 20-month-old daughter, Teegan, tried to grab the onesie back, Kate said, “They’re very demanding at this age.” (Indeed, are they ever! And I can say the same for ages six and eight…)

Kate, 31, donned a stunning Orla Keily printed dress to the event. When she first wore the dress, pre-pregnancy, in February 2012, it sold right off the racks; unfortunately for avid Kate-loving fashionistas, it’s no longer available. She paired the dress beautifully with deep brown tights and ankle boots…

Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet

Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet

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Though she’s clearly lost the baby weight rapidly, the Duchess left her healthy eating regime back home at Kensington Palace and enjoyed cakes made by trainees from a group called Switchback, which helps rehabilitate former offenders through catering. She reportedly enjoyed two cakes: an iced-ginger sponge cake and a chocolate cake.

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