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Kate Middleton gives Prince George unusual chore during summer holidays - and it's very messy

Duchess of Cambridge will let him get away with not helping out. His mum once let slip that he was given a very unusual job to get on with while enjoying a break from school at the family's Anmer Hall Norfolk home on the Sandringham estate. On a visit to a goat farm in Wales with Prince William, Kate told how George had been responsible for moving animal feed on the estate.

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Kate Middleton is taking on more roles within The Royal Family but Real Housewives of Cheshire's Seema Malhotra and Rachel Lugo claim she is the "perfect" person to be the Queen.Prince William, 39, and Catherine, 40, are second in line to the throne behind his dad, Prince Charles but many fans of the House of Windsor have already claimed Kate carries herself like a Queen.Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star at the Pride of Manchester awards ceremony, the pair revealed they'd love to spruce up Buckingham Palace with Rachel's interior design company and Seema's eye for fashion as the brains behind Forever Unique.But while the pair hope to renovate the palace, they say its future owners will be the best suiters for the role of King and Queen.Discussing their favourite royals, Rachel said: "William and Kate, 100 per cent, I think everyone can relate to them."I think she is perfect in that role, the Queen has got to be chuffed to bits to have Kate by her side, Diana too."Seema added: "Diana was my favourite, I've just come back off a flight and I watched The Crown – Diana for me, the people's person."Absolutely stunning, effortless, she was everyone's Queen."Discussing their plans for the palace, Rachel said: "Get me in there, maybe they should change, a little bit more contemporary, something a little bit more up to date."Although it still is a beautiful building, you've got to work with the archicultural excellence."Seema: "Add a little bit of Cheshire to it, contemporary, some nice leopard print cushions thrown around – the building is insane."Reflecting on the upcoming season of Real Housewives, Rachel teased: "We've just started [filming], you've [Seema] been away and I've been away, so we've kind of missed a little