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Speaking exclusively to ITV News, Badar Azim said that the moment he posted the official announcement of the birth of Prince George felt "great."
"Obviously it was a proud moment for me."
Badar Azim has returned to his family in Calcutta, he was a footman at Buckingham Palace and had helped display the official announcement of the birth of Prince George.
Speaking exclusively to ITV News Badar said he had been "blessed" to be a part of the royal baby announcement, and said he would love to return to the UK.
Speaking about when he helped make the official announcement of the birth of Prince George, former royal footman Badar Azim told ITV News: "I didn't dream it, it all just came and I just took it as it came, I do feel like I've been blessed."
Footman Badar Azim carried the official notice of the birth of Prince George to be displayed at the gates of Buckingham Palace but has now returned home to Calcutta after his visa ran out.
Speaking exclusively to ITV News, Badar said he would love to return to the UK "if the opportunity arises."
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ITV News has found Badar Azim, a royal footman who played a starring role in announcing the birth of Prince George but has returned to India