Just another day at the palace: Prince George greets US President Barack Obama in pajamas

US President Barack Obama, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and First Lady Michelle Obama meet Prince George at Kensington Palace in London

FP Staff April 23, 2016 16:22:55 IST
Just another day at the palace: Prince George greets US President Barack Obama in pajamas
Just another day at the palace Prince George greets US President Barack Obama in pajamas

US President Barack Obama, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and First Lady Michelle Obama talks with Prince George at Kensington Palace in London, England. Getty Images

Just another day at the palace Prince George greets US President Barack Obama in pajamas

President Barack Obama talks with the Prince William, Duke of Cambridge as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge plays with Prince George as First Lady Michelle Obama talks with Prince Henry at Kensington Palace. Getty Images

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