Kate Middleton revealed during a royal engagement this week that her son, Prince George, took his first job during the summer vacation, Newsweek reported.  

She was visiting the Plant Farm along with Prince William as a part of her royal visit to Wales. There, the Duchess of Cambridge met with members of the farming community and tried to understand the various roles required for it to function. 

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While inspecting the farm’s facilities, Middleton was shown a piece of farming machinery that was used to sweep up silage. The member of the royal family was told that these machines could also help move feed around barns. At this point, Kate Middleton commented that this was George’s first job during half term, moving feed, Hello! magazine reported. 

George, who is 8, is third in line for the throne and currently lives with his parents at their homes in Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, Newsweek reported. 

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Recently, the British prince has begun attending some of the royal engagements which are his parents’ duties. For example, he was spotted at the Six Nations rugby match where England faced Wales. Notably, George’s mother, Kate Middleton, is the patron of the Rugby Football Union, a role she took over from Prince Harry, who’s been fulfilling it since 2016. This was among Harry’s duties distributed by Queen Elizabeth II, following his exit from the royal family with his wife Meghan Markle

Meanwhile, George’s father, the Duke of Cambridge remains heavily invested in the Sandringham Estate farms and has spoken earlier about his love for managing the countryside and involving his children, as per Newsweek. 

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Part of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s tour of Plant Farm involved interaction with a herd of goats. Middleton revealed a special connection, as per The Times, saying, “I was looking into my ancestry and there was someone who was a rare breed goat farmer. I will have to find out which one it was. It was just after the First World War”.