Prince William takes the baby from Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge as they show their new-born baby boy to the world's media outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London on July 23, 2013. (Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
Prince George's birth certificate (Courtesy The British Monarchy Facebook page)
(USA TODAY) -- We've all got to work for a living. Even those of us who are royal.
Prince George's birth registry, unveiled today at the Westminster
Register Office in London, Dad William dutifully filled in all the
sections, including the part about the baby's father's occupation, in
which he wrote in neat, loopy cursive "Prince of the United Kingdom."
Mom Kate's job? "Princess of the United Kingdom."
Nice work, if you can get it.
name and surname are listed as "His Royal Highness Prince William
Arthur Philip Louis Duke of Cambridge" - whew - while his wife is a
relatively pithy "Catherine Elizabeth Middleton," her maiden name
spelled out in block capital letters.
Still, there are few working
stiffs who can legally sign off a formal document with a single
sobriquet, as the Duke of Cambridge did, scrawling simply "William" at
Olivia Barker, USA TODAY