He is only eight weeks old and we don’t have any pictures of him with without any of his parents holding him yet but Kate and Wills tot, Prince George of Cambridge, has won a prestigious award as London’s most influential resident.
In an annual opinion poll conducted in London to determine who is the most influential Londoner Prince George of Cambridge emerged first among the personalities voted as London’s most influential one thousand residents and Cambridge is not even in London.
Prince George was said to be London’s greatest tourist attraction, along with the Queen pushing last year’s winner, Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, to second place.
The list includes some of the world’s most iconic individuals resident in London. Individuals like his parents, Prince Williams and the Duchess of Cambridge who were voted 11th and 7th most influential persons respectively; his great-grandmother, the Queen, voted 16th most influential and his uncle Prince Harry who was voted joint 11th most influential with his dad.
Other notable personalities on the list were the Prime Minister, David Cameron, who was considered 4th most influential Londoner one place behind newly appointed Bank of England Governor, Canadian Mark Carney who came 3rd in the polls. One Direction band member, Harry Styles voted 17th most influential Londoner is the second youngest person on the list after Prince George. Andy Murray, winner of the last Wimbledon Tennis Championship also made the list as the 8th most influential Londoner and the Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby is the 18th most influential Londoner according to the opinion poll.