Prince George has started his first day at Thomas's Battersea school in south-west London.Read the full story ›
A tiny Prince George - made from 15 LEGO bricks - enjoyed a birthday tea from his highchair at Legoland in Windsor today.Read the full story ›
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There is no doubt the birth of the royal baby helped keep the eyes of the world on London in 2013, but the capital's continued appeal among travellers around the world surpasses any one event.
Two royal fans who have been camping outside St James's Palace yesterday afternoon told Daybreak that they were willing to spend hours in the rain because they love the royal family.
Draped in a Union flag one royal watcher said she often came to London for royal events: "I love William and Kate and Harry and I was at St Mary's for Prince George being born and I felt I had to come here."
Another royal fan added: "I just love the royal family."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son Prince George will be christened later in front of close family and friends of his parents.
The three-month-old baby, who will one day be king, will be baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, in the little known Chapel Royal at St James's Palace this afternoon.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are expected to be at the ceremony along with the Prince of Wales, who has become a grandfather for the first time, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry.
Kate's family - parents Carole and Michael Middleton and siblings Pippa and James - are thought to be invited, along with the godparents who, like the guests, have not been publicly named.
The small chapel whose existence dates back to the first millennium was where William paid his private last respects to his mother.Read the full story ›
The Evening Standard's 'Power 1000' is drawn from all sectors and walks of London life - from finance, to theatre, technology, media and politics - the list is selected by a panel of London Evening Standard reporters and critics.
London is a magnet for the rest of world and our newest power resident, Prince George, is a timely symbol.
He is our greatest tourist attraction, along with his great grandmother, which is why he has been chosen this year as the first among Londoners.
- 11 Princes William & Harry
- 12 Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister
- 13 Natalie Massenet, Net-a-porter founder
- 14 Bernard Hogan Howe, Met Police Commissioner
- 15 Sir Nicholas Hytner, National Theatre
- 16 The Queen
- 17 Harry Styles, One Direction
- 18 Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
- 19 Sir Paul Nurse, Royal Society President
- 20 Cara Delevingne, model
The full list of 1,000 names of London's most influential people will be released tonight by the Evening Standard. These are the names that made it into the top 10.
- 1 Prince George
- 2 Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
- 3 Mark Carney, Bank of England Governor
- 4 David Cameron, Prime Minister
- 5 George Osborne, Chancellor
- 6 Theresa May, Home Secretary
- 7 Duchess of Cambridge
- 8 Andy Murray, tennis player
- 9 Ed Miliband, Labour leader
- 10 Sir Peter Hendy, Transport Commissioner