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MAKE A CUTE HEIR
From the moment Kate Middleton became the Duchess of Cambridge on April 29, 2011, royal watchers couldn't wait for her to take on her next role: mom. And so the world celebrated along with her and Prince William as they welcomed Prince George on July 22, 2013. "We could not be happier," William said upon little royal's arrival.
Next up: Work on that adorable spare.
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It's certainly been a magical three years for the royal couple – and literally so in April 2013 when they visited the Warner Bros. studio where the Harry Potter movies were filmed.
Next up: Visit The Capitol of The Hunger Games.
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CATCH OLYMPIC FEVER
Will and Kate were every inch the dream team as they cheered on Team GB at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. They proved to be the Games's real winners, whether they were waving to royal watchers or, well, doing the wave.
Next up: Attend the Oscars.
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TOAST THE QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE
The couple helped Queen Elizabeth II mark 60 years of her reign in a series of celebrations throughout 2012. Witness a lion dance performance in Singapore? Check. Take in the Jubilee pop concert seated above the crowd of 20,000? Nailed it. Clink glasses during a dinner reception at Eden Hall, the official residence of the U.K.'s High Commissioner to Singapore? Done.
Next up: Take the throne.
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RUB NOSES WITH VIPS
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GO COUNTRY AT A RODEO
The royal couple has truly taken marriage by the horns – including their July 2011 stop by the Calgary Stampede rodeo. Newlyweds at the time, William and Kate tipped their cowboy hats at all of the bull-riding, mutton-busting action.
Next up: Is there a mechanical bull demo in the works?
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PLANT MANY, MANY TREES
The love between William and Kate keeps growing and growing – many thanks to the trees they've planted around the world. From the Eastern Hemlock tree in Canada that will serve as an enduring symbol of their love for 800 years to an Aleppo Pine seedling in Australia, these green-thumbed royals aren't afraid to get their hands dirty.
Next up: Show off those skills in the Buckingham Palace garden.
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BE GOOD SPORTS
And the duke and duchess aren't afraid to get a little bit sweaty, either, in the name of fulfilling their royal duties. Whether William's kicking the ol' soccer ball around during an August 2012 visit to Bacon's College or Kate's shooting hoops at an April 2013 stop by Scotland's Emirates Arena, these royals are always team players when it comes to boat racing, volleyball and anything active.
Next up: Little League for George.
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DANCE IT OFF
The couple has all the right moves on the dance floor, too. During their tour of southeast Asia, they showed off their synced rhythm (and flair for grass skirts) at a September 2012 visit to the island of Tuvalu.
Next up: Create a Dancing with the Royals TV show.
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MEET THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
True love is, indeed, fur-ever for the couple, who've encountered countless four-legged fans on the job. Just on their recent tour alone, they met koalas, giraffes and a Bilby named after their little prince. And, no, we didn't forget about their first baby, cocker spaniel Lupo, at home.
Next up: A feline friend for Lupo.
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