Prince George ‘helped decorate Amner Hall’

Britain’s Prince George has reportedly been helping to decorate Anmer Hall.
The two-year-old royal and his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, helped to decorate the royal residence together, with George also assisting with the trimming of the family’s nine-foot tall, locally-sourced pine tree.
A source told Us Weekly that the future king “had a blast putting up decorations”.
This comes shortly after Prince George’s grandfather, Prince Charles, revealed the eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is a huge fan of nature.
He said: “Fortunately he’s one of those characters, I think, who naturally, instinctively likes to be outside.
“It’s very interesting. I’m intrigued to see if it lasts. But he loves being outside, which is encouraging. Like all these things, it depends if you can get them to take an interest.”
Meanwhile, Duchess Catherine revealed during a recent visit to Wales that she wants her children to join the Girl Guides and Scouts when they’re older.
Caernarfon’s county commissioner for Girl Guides, Jill Wilkinson, said: “She said that she needs to put Charlotte’s name down for Rainbows.
“She really enjoyed helping with the Scout group and said she will get George for Scouting.”