The Queen met a host of famous faces during the course of her 70 year reign, including numerous presidents and heads of state. During her 90th birthday, she received a visit from former US President Barack Obama and his wife.
During their three day visit, Barack and Michelle met Prince Harry and The Prince and Princess of Wales (formerly The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) at Kensington Palace for dinner.
Little George, who was only a few years old, stayed up past his bedtime to greet the former US President and the First Lady whilst wearing his dressing gown.
Official photographs show the Obama’s crouching down to shake George’s hand, as well as smiling as they watch him play with his rocking horse.
A month later, Barack fondly recalled the moment he met Prince George during the US President’s final Correspondents’ Dinner in May 2016.
He jokingly said: “Last week, Prince George showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe…. That was a slap in the face. A clear breach of protocol.”
Prince George has met quite a few legendary figures over the past few years, including tennis ace Roger Federer when he was only a few years old.
The Princess of Wales was rumoured to have arranged a tennis lesson for Prince George when he was only five with the multiple Grand Slam Champion.
So much so, Prince George attended the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final this year with his parents to watch Novak Djokovic win his seventh title.
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