The Cambridges quiet day in Canberra with their son has been captured by paparazzi, with images making news broadcasts.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were supposed to be having a day free of official engagements, spending the day in Canberra but it proved too tempting for the paparazzi.
The royal couple and their baby were photographed unawares in the ground of Government House at Yarralumla, with vision making news broadcasts across the country.
Kate was filmed taking a stroll with her son in the grounds, with the images showing Prince George being carried on his mother’s shoulders, pushed in a buggy and on Kate’s lap as the pair played together.
William and Kate were also filmed without their knowledge walking hand in hand along the foreshore of Lake Burley Griffin, casually dressed in shirts, jumpers and jeans. At one point, Kate is captured giving an odd little kick.
The pictures taken on a rest day during their tour Down Under may be seen by aides as an intrusion into the couple’s privacy.
Although there has been no official word from Kensington Palace, it was tweeted that the palace has requested that the media refrain from intruding on the family’s privacy.
On Tuesday, William and Kate will tour Uluru.
The visit will be only their second night away from their son during their 19-day tour of Australia and New Zealand. George, who turns nine months on Tuesday, is expected to remain in Canberra with his nanny.