Prince George earned immortality as he got his name inked on a new variety of daffodils. According to Johnny Walkers, the Chelsea gold medal winner stated that the daffodil was named ‘Georgie Boy’ and was to be released at the Chelsea Flower Show as an ode to commemorate his birth.
The Queen and Prince Philip were the first to inspect the flower at the popular show where Prince Harry had a garden for his African orphan’s charity the previous year.
Johnny is the manager of the specialist daffodil collection at Taylor Bulbs, and this was his third hattrick of daffodils with the royals. He revealed that he had a royal barge for the Queen’s Jubilee and then for a garden party at Buckingham Palace. For every £10 bulb sold, £2.50 was donated to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which Prince William serves as the President.