Prince George and mum Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge will soon be making their way to North Wales according to the latest reports to join Prince William at the couple's farm house on Angelsey where the royals have lived for the past three years.
Prince William returned to their home on Angelsey earlier this week following the end of his two week paternity leave from his job as an RAF Search and Rescue pilot following the arrival of baby George on July 22.
According to Today.com, the Prince was likely to return to shift on August 7 having spent the last two weeks with his new arrival at Kate's parents home in Bucklebury, Berkshire. Eager to not split the new family up for too long, Kate will join William "in the next few weeks," royal sources reportedly claimed, with their son.
It's unlikely they'll be there for too long though as William's three and a half year tour of duty will come to an end next month, though it has not yet been confirmed what he'll be doing after that.
The 31-year-old prince can either carry on with his military career and accept another tour of duty somewhere else or leave completely and become a full time royal. An announcement is expected in the coming weeks as to what the couple will be planning to do.
Prince William hard at work as an RAF Search and Rescue pilot (wenn)
After leaving Wales, where the couple have lived for three years, they're expected to be based predominately in London, where they are currently living in Nottingham Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace as they wait for renovations for their new apartments to be completed.
It won't just be Wales that George will get his first taste of this summer, the newborn is also reportedly heading to Scotland for a visit to the royal private residence of Balmoral. The Queen was able to meet her great-grandson before heading for her six week stay in the Highlands and it seems she might get to see him again soon.