Prince George will likely grow up to be the most technologically engaged monarch England has ever seen.
On Thursday the Daily Mail looked into how more and more parents are allowing their young children to play with iPads, and one royal couple seemed to top the list.
"George has been playing iPad games and loves them…" claimed Prince William of his one-year-old son during a recent trip to New York City. "[It's] a good way to teach him the inner workings of electronics."
A one-year-old may seem to young to be playing with that kind of technology, but children are starting with computers earlier and earlier these days. Perhaps the exposure early on will eventually help Prince George to better understand the generation he is being raised to govern.
Of course little George has other things to occupy him time. For Christmas his aunt, Pippa Middleton, gave him a toy police car and last month his mother, Princess Kate, took the boy to an amusement park for some fresh air and some fun rides.
Nonetheless, it is obvious that Prince George, born in 2013, is certainly growing up in the royal family with a different relationship to technology than those before him.
George spent a quiet Christmas on Dec. 25 at Amner Hall in Norfolk while his parents joined Queen Elizabeth at church that morning, where he was missed by hundreds of onlookers. He then spent the afternoon with his mother while his father took Princess Kate's parents, brother, and sister out hunting at Sandringham Estate.
Prince William and Princess Kate are currently expecting their second child, who is due in April.