July 22nd 2013 saw the birth in London of George Alexander Louis, Prince of Cambridge, the third in line to the British throne. When Britain's current sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II held her first great-grandson it was 120 years since a reigning monarch had met a future king three generations ahead. That last happened in 1894, when Queen Victoria was introduced to the baby who would become Edward VIII.
The whole of the UK - and indeed the rest of the world - celebrated this latest Royal birth and we were delighted to raise a toast to this historic event.
So sleep soundly baby George – in the certain knowledge that you will never have to enter the real estate market. Instead you will live in Buckingham Palace, the best house in London; a weekender at 1000 year old Windsor Castle; Sandringham, a 20,000 acre country retreat in Norfolk and Balmoral Castle, a Scottish holiday home, with 49,000 acres.