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Royal parents miss Prince George’s first crawl

Uh-oh! Prince William and Kate Middleton missed a milestone in their son’s life while on their first baby-free holiday earlier this month.

The Duke, 31, and the Duchess, 32, were away on vacation when 8-month-old Prince George crawled for the very first time, Us Weekly reports.

The big moment occurred while the royal couple was enjoying some R&R at a resort in the Maldives in early March. During their weeklong getaway, Prince George stayed with his grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton at their home in Bucklebury, England.

Little George is slated to go on his first public tour in April. He and his parents, along with nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, will visit 13 cities on a three-week trip to Australia and New Zealand.


Mick Jagger will inherit L’Wren Scott’s $9 million fortune.

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s fourth-floor New York City apartment is up for rent for $10,500 per month.

David Cassidy was sentenced to three months in rehab and five years of probation for his January drunken driving arrest.

Katy Perry and rapper Riff Raff went out on a date.

A rare 1719 Stradivarius viola is expected to sell for $45 million.


Singer Lady Gaga is 28.

Actress Julia Stiles (“10 Things I Hate About You”) is 33.

TV personality Kate Gosselin is 39.

Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson is 41.

Actor Vince Vaughn (“Swingers”) is 44.

Singer Rodney Atkins is 45.

Rapper Salt of Salt-N-Pepa is 48.

Singer Reba McEntire is 59.

Actress Dianne Wiest (“Hannah and Her Sisters”) is 66.FeaturesGossipKate MiddletonPrince GeorgePrince William

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