Dudley Zoological Gardens (DZG) have named a trio of seven-week-old meerkats George, Alexander and Louis in honour of the royal baby.
DZG Head of Media and Communications, Jill Hitchman, said:
"Last week we ran a competition to name the youngsters among our Facebook followers and had considered a few of their suggestions, but when Kate and William's baby was named yesterday.
"We just saw it as the perfect opportunity to give them a royal connection – particularly as they were born in the main meerkat enclosure in the shadow of 11th century Dudley Castle, at the heart of the zoological gardens."
"After the official naming staff will be sending off an adoption pack to Prince George Alexander Louis for his namesakes at DZG – with an invitation to call in and see them sometime!"
There are sun worshipers who are loving this hot weather, while there are others who can't wait for the temperatures to start to dip again.
The animals at Dudley Zoological Gardens are behaving just like humans - some are making the most of the warm rays, while others need a little extra support during this hot spell. Karen Griggs has been to see the keepers who keep the animals cool.