Royal Baby Photos Gunning for Retweet Twitter Record
Traditionally royal babies in Britain get put in front of a celebrity photographer. Prince George is doing things differently. Home-made shots of him will be released on Twitter says The Mirror in a report.
The world already got a glimpse of the royal baby when Kate Middleton left the hospital. Now fans of the newest royal member can expect to see more photos of him on the Kensington Palace Twitter feed. This is a bit odd as so far the ClarenceHouse Twitter account published news of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The Kensington Palace account also refers in a recent tweet to follow ClarenceHouse for news on the Duke and Duchess.
The photos of Prince George will likely set another Retweet record. The Obama four more years photo had over 500,000 retweets.
Photo shows Prince George in Logo Land, Windsor England.
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