What Color Are Prince George’s Eyes?

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their first child, Prince George, on July 22, 2013. Since then, fans have seen many adorable moments, courtesy of the Cambridge kiddo, from his first royal tour, when he was 9 months old, to when he was to meet a former President of the United States for his first day of school. And with each passing year, we learn more and more about the future king.

Here are some facts about Prince George that many royal fans may not know, such as what his eye color is and what his title will be after his father becomes king.

Prince William, Kate Middleton and their son Prince George clap and cheer during the Euro Cup. Christian Charisius / Picture Alliance via Getty Images

Is Prince George the same eye color as his mother or father?

When it comes to eye color, Prince William has blue eyes just like Princess Diana and Prince Charles. And Kate has green eyes which can appear lighter or darker green depending on the shade of green she is wearing. However, George doesn’t have either.

The Duke and Duchess’s eldest son has dark brown eyes, which he probably inherited from his mother’s side of the family as his parents have brown eyes while many of George’s relatives have blue eyes.

Prince George attending Christmas Day church service | pool/sameer hussain/wireimage

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Other facts about Prince George

Something else you might not know about Prince George is that he became a style icon when he was a kid. Hello! noticed that when he was just 2 years old, George caught a spot GQList of 50 best dressed men in Britain. She also made Tatler’s best-dressed list, and many of the outfits she wore in public quickly sold out at retail stores and online.

The other fact about the third-in-line of Throne is that he’s been in love with thunder since childhood, and the one thing he loves as much as storms is dancing. “George is dancing, he loves it,” Prince William told BBC Radio 1’s Teen Awards. He said that the hobby is also of his mother, Princess Diana, whom he also loved. “My mother always danced, she loved to dance. And if it’s something you love, then you do what you love. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.”

Another hobby George enjoys is cooking with his mother. The Duchess has taught her kids how to make foods like pizza and cheesy pasta. Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust, relayed a conversation with the little prince’s mother, saying: “She was telling us how much her kids love to cook and how they cook for her. They made paneer pasta the next day. Somebody kneads the dough, someone adds milk and butter.”

What would be the title of Prince William if he became king?

Prince William and Prince George photographed during a visit to the Royal International Air Tattoo
Prince William and Prince George photographed during a visit to the Royal International Air Tattoo. Chris Jackson / Getty Images

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Over the years many royal fans have asked about George’s title as well. Well, they will change over time depending on who is on the throne and when. These days the young prince’s full name is His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. However, George is likely to receive the title of Regal Prince of Wales once William ascends the throne. Of course, the title is now held by his grandfather, Prince Charles, and will pass to Prince William when he succeeds.

As far as dukedoms are concerned, George could have received the title of Duke of Cornwall if William was king because he, along with the Prince of Wales, comes under the male heir to the British throne. If she is married before Prince William can assume the throne, she will be given another dukedom. The one dukedom we know George will never inherit is the Duke of Cambridge currently held by his father as that title will eventually merge with the crown.

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