George’s animals will be kept in Lewa, northern Kenya, which has a special place in Prince William’s heart, as he had proposed Kate there.
The 31-year-old prince said that he is grateful for the extraordinary honour and that he remembers the time he has spent with them with immense happiness.
The Duke of Cambridge said that he is overjoyed to know that his son’s “pension” will be herded on a land they deeply care about and that he hopes George will be able to see them himself.
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