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Even though he is too young to understand the significance, Prince George has been given a very special and meaningful gift from a Kenyan tribe. The four-month-old received a fattened black bull and goat as a christening present from the Samburu community, according to People. The bull will grow up in Lewa, along with four heifers, with the goal of creating a royal herd, according to the magazine. Lewa holds a special significance for Prince George's parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton: they enjoyed a safari in the area during their engagement in 2010. Prince William expressed his gratitude in a letter, which was also written partly in Swahili. "I remember my time with you, the »


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