Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge is a young boy with a very impressive title and a formidable royal lineage spanning centuries and some of the world's greatest monarchs.
But while five-year-old George's royalty is anything but usual, his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton have always gone to great lengths to ensure their eldest child enjoys a relatively normal upbringing.
So eager are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to raise their children in a stable environment, in fact, they have yet to tell George that he will one day be King.
Prince William previously told the BBC "as far as we are concerned...we are a normal family".
As reported by Express.co.uk, William believes there will be "a time and place to bring George up and understand how he fits in, in the world," but until then the royal couple are committed to creating a safe space for their little ones to learn and play.
The home is a 20 room property that recently underwent a reported $9 million AUD facelift.
Kate regularly takes her brood to spend time with their maternal grandparents Carole and Michael at the Middleton family home in Berkshire, where the royal children are often seen playing in the park.
In January a local fan was delighted when Prince George approached and asked to pet her dog.
During the William and Kate's recent tour of Northern Ireland, the mother-of-three revealed Prince George has a cheeky side by telling a group of youngsters he once told her: "Mummy, you're so rubbish at sport!"