At 5 weeks old (with his mum, the future queen, in 1948). He got a savings account at 2 months, first haircut at 9 months and walked by his first birthday.
The British press declared him (at 1 in 1985, with Charles) “the spare” to Will’s “heir.” But his proud dad said he was “absolutely marvelous.”
“Goodness, what fun to have a baby in the house again!” the Queen (with a months-old Edward in 1965) said of her youngest.
“He’s a good speechmaker,” the Queen joked of noisy Will (just days old in 1982, with Diana in his first official pic).
The Queen (holding 9-month-old Andrew in 1960) wrote her second-born son was “adorable … and putting on weight well.”