Remember the time when Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled to New Zealand? While the royal couple was busy with their business engagement, their son, Prince George visited the New Zealand park with his nanny.
The little prince was with his nanny, Maria Borallo, who took care of him while his parents were preoccupied with official engagements.
What's interesting to know is that not many people recognized that the baby sitting for about 10 minutes at the park was the prince himself, well, except for one ice cream business owner Barry Ludlow.
Ludlow told Fairfax Media that Prince George was indeed accompanied by his nanny and revealed that he even served her an ice cream cone.
"There were plenty of people walking around the waterfront, there were children everywhere, but I don't think anyone saw them. They didn't look out of place at all," Ludlow shared.
Ludlow also said that he'd served ice cream to many famous people in the past so his sighting of Prince George and Borallo wasn't any different. He also confirmed that he was the only one who recognized the little prince that day.
Other sources close to the royal tour confirmed that Borallo and Prince George really "sneaked out" at the time. One insider said, "I can say that it definitely happened. I certainly don't think it was meant to be hidden that the little prince was playing in the park."
Fairfax contacted the city's mayor who also confirmed the prince's day out. She said that she hoped Prince George enjoyed some peace and quiet at the park where he went unrecognized, Mail Online reported.
Although Ludlow could no longer remember the exact date he saw the royal baby, their trip to the park most likely took place on the 14th of April, after Prince William and Kate Middleton left George at the Government House in Wellington.