Prince George's godfather - the Duke of Westminster - named the UK's youngest billionaire and most eligible bachelor
While the rest of us are lucky to nab a card with €50 in it from our godparents, it is certain Prince George is not set for the same fate as his godfather has been named the youngest billionaire in the UK in the Sunday Times Rich List.
Hugh Grosvenor - the Duke of Westminster - has been named the richest young man in Britain on the annual list, which was released on Sunday.
Dubbed the UK's most eligible bachelor, Grosvenor (26) stood for Prince George at his Clarence House christening in 2013, selected by his father Prince William, with whom Grosvenor is close pals.
Newcastle University graduate, nicknamed 'Hughie' by his friends including Prince Harry, was named the ninth-richest person on the list over all, with an accumulative fortune of £9.52bn (€11.2bn).
The 26-year-old's wealth is old money, borne from a land and property empire including hundreds of acres of properties across London and Britain, as well as Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Prince George's godfather was named the seventh Duke of Westminster nine months ago following his father Gerald's untimely death at 64.
Despite his wealth, the Duke is currently working as an account manager for Bio-bean, a UK company which recycles ground coffee, and is considering whether or not to take a bigger role in his family's estate in the coming years.
Unfortunately for those looking to bag a billionaire, Grosvenor is not on the market according to the Sunday Times, and has been dating recruitment consultant Harriet Tomlinson, his childhood sweetheart, for a number of years.