Prince George’s excellent ‘hand eye co-ordination’

Prince George has excellent “hand-to-eye co-ordination”.
The two-year-old royal is a huge fan of ball games and has developed a “passion” for sports.
A family friend told the Mail Online: “He has good hand-to-eye co-ordination and has developed a passion for anything ball-related. These are his outdoor weapons of destruction.”
The young royal is expected to be gifted an array of mini rugby and footballs for his birthday, which will have his initials engraved on them.
It was originally thought to have GAL – for George Alexander Louis – etched on but the C for Cambridge was later added as they feared that GAL “might be a tad girly and he wouldn’t like it when he was older”.
Meanwhile, it was previously revealed Prince George – who is the son of Prince William and Duchess Catherine – is also set to receive a puppy for his 3rd birthday on Friday (22.07.16).
An insider shared: “Bolonka Zwetnas are energetic, sturdy and playful – perfect for George. And while they have a tendency to suffer hip dysplasia, they also have a love of sitting on laps for warmth.”
And George is also set to receive a ‘Royal Scot’ train set from Hornby, which retails at around £279.99, from his parents whilst Prince Charles is hoping to get a mini Aston Martin car model for his grandson.
After a party at Anmer Hall, the family are then set to travel to Queen Elizabeth’s Scottish residence Balmoral, where they will gather together for a barbecue.
A source said: “Pony rides will be on offer while Prince Philip is in charge of the royal barbecue to round off the celebrations.”