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小羊傻笑为哪般 只因误食千磅大麻 -- :5: 来源:   A flock of sheep were left feeling rather woolly-headed after accidentally munching on thousands of pounds worth of cannabis plants.  一群绵羊感到头晕目眩,原来它们不小心嚼食了价值数千英镑的大麻类植物  The animals began stumbling about after getting high on seven bags of the intoxicating plant, which had been dumped in their field.  这些动物误食了被人遗弃在草地上的七袋具有毒性的植物,出现吸毒后兴奋症状,走路也开始东倒西歪  Police won’t be taking action against the sheep tucking into their illegal meal, but are determined to catch the “irresponsible” crooks who grew and discarded the class B drug.  警方不会对这些误食了毒性草料的绵羊加以惩治,但是他们决定要逮住那些种植并遗弃了这些B类毒品的“不负责任的”恶棍们  The £,000 hoard of cannabis plants, each about 3ft tall, was found by the flock at the edge of Fanny’s Farm in Merstham, Surrey.  这批价值000英镑的大麻类植物大约每株3英尺高,是在萨利郡梅尔萨姆镇的法妮农场边境上首先被一群羊发现的  Farm shop manager Nellie Budd said: "My sheep being inquisitive had an interesting feast on it. They weren't quite on their backs with legs in the air but they probably had the munchies.  农场商场部经理内莉·巴德称:“我的这群羊一向很有好奇心,它们的好奇心给它们带来了有趣的收获它们还不至于四蹄朝天或者如坠云雾,不过它们应该是饱餐了一顿”  "They haven't had any other side effects but I'll tell you about the meat next week.  “它们没有表现出任何其他的副作用,不过到下个星期我才能告诉你它们的肉质有没有变化”  Investigating officer Detective Constable David Fair said: "It is extremely irresponsible whoever dumped these illegal plants in this way."  负责调查此事的官方人员,大卫·菲尔警探称:“无论是谁,这样丢弃这些非法植物都是极不负责任的”  "We are doing all we can to find out how the drugs came to be at the location and who is responsible growing and discarding the plants."  “我们正竭尽全力调查这些毒品是怎么来到此地的,还在调查谁要对种植和丢弃这些植物负责”  However, bringing the criminals to justice will be a challenge because the sheep chomped their way through quite a lot of the evidence.  不过,要将那些罪犯绳之以法可能有些挑战,因为绵羊们已经嚼掉了大部分的据毕业生创业比例下降,更想去就业 --5 :: 来源:中国日报 近日,智联招聘发布了《年应届毕业生就业力调研报告这份报告指出,参与调查的届应届毕业生中,毕业后选择就业的比例为75.6%,.5%的人选择在国内继续学习,.8%的人选择出国继续学习,选择创业的比例仅为3.1%Given a choice, Chinese university graduates prefer to find employment rather than start a company.在就业和创业之间进行抉择时,中国的大学毕业生偏向于前者A report by human resources website Zhaopin released recently found that only 3.1 percent of students expecting to graduate in July said they will start their own business, down from 6.3 percent in .智联招聘最近的一份调查报告显示,参与调查的届应届毕业生中,毕业后选择创业的比例为仅仅只有3.1%,而年的比例是6.3%;The Chinese government, universities and investors have provided a friendly environment young startups. However, the failure rate of fresh graduates founding startups is still too high due to the lack of experience, resources and networking,; said Wang Yixin, a senior consultant at Zhaopin.智联招聘高级职业顾问王一新说:;虽然国家政策、各大高校和投资环境给大学生创业提供了良好的土壤,但鉴于大学生经验欠缺,资源积累不足,人脉不足等原因,目前大学生创业成功的概率并不高;;In addition, universities have paid a lot of attention to cultivating innovation instead of starting up companies. This is another reason the low desire on campus to found startups.;;加之相比创业,高校更注重培养学生的创新意识这也是大学生创业意向如此低的另一个原因;At the same time, college graduatesrsquo; interest in further education has also dwindled, leading to an increase in students wanting employment from 71. percent last year to 75.6 percent this year. Nearly 30 percent of those graduates accepted offers from the internet industry, which is among the highest paying.与此同时,大学毕业生选择选择继续深造的意向也降低了,这让今年选择就业的人数比例达到了75.6%,而去年这一数据为71.%Zhang Jingxiu, executive director of Beijing-based employment consultancy Newjincin Research Institute, said he didnrsquo;t monitor the significant decrease of studentsrsquo; willingness to start businesses, but he does admit the desire to found startups among students on campus is low.提供就业指导工作的北京新锦程研究院的执行院长张景岫说,他并没看到高校学生的创业意向有降低的趋势,但是他承认学生的自主创业意向很低;Students are not suited starting businesses on their own,; said Zhang, adding that vocational students are more eager to start businesses than university undergraduates.张说:;学生本身并不适合创业;他补充说职业院校的学生比大学生更渴望自主创业;According to our survey last year, only 0.6 to 0.7 percent of students at universities were thinking about starting their own companies. The number among vocational school students was as high as . percent.;;根据我们去年的调查,仅仅只有0.6%-0.7%的大学生有自主创业的意向而这个比例在职业院校达.%;;;However, the idea of vocational students starting businesses is related more to creating jobs themselves, and the majority of them have chosen to have online shops.;;然而,职业院校的学生创业的目的是为了为他们自己创造就业岗位,并且大多人选择了开网店;In the past months, more than provinces have introduced policies to encourage students to start their own companies by allowing them to quit studying but keep their student status two to eight years. However, many industry insiders insist that students complete their studies and work a few years first.在过去的一年中,多个省推出鼓励学生创业的政策,创业期间,允许学生休学年到8年,并保留其学籍然而,很多行业内部坚持学生应该首先完成学业,并先工作几年Chen Yu, vice-president of the China Association Employment Promotion, said a startup may be meaningful, but one should not expect too much from it.中国就业促进会副会长陈宇表明,创业意义重大,但是我们不应该对此有太高的期望值;Some geniuses in the internet industry created miracles, but that does not tell the whole story,; said Chen. ;Business has its own rules. Bee you start up, you have to know how to produce products, how to sell them, how to manage a company. Those lessons you cannot expect a fresh graduate to know.;;一些互联网行业的天才创造了很多奇迹,但这并不代表一切;每个行业都有各自的规则在你在这一行业开始之前,你必须要知道如何生产产品,如何销售,如何经营一家公司我们不能期待一个刚刚毕业的大学生一开始就知道这些经验;Yang Qiuping, general manager of Fudan Software Park, suggested that students finish their studies first, especially those from rural areas.复旦软件园的总经理杨秋萍建议学生首先应该完成学业,特别是对于那些来自农村地区的学生;Students can start after graduation, but it is not urgent,; said Yang. ;In China, I think a diploma still matters.;;学生可以在毕业后再开始创业,但是这并不是一件迫切的事,;杨说;在中国,我认为文凭仍然很重要;美学者批《纽约时报,对南海报道不真实 -- :: 来源: 本周二,一位美国外交政策专家抨击了《纽约时报对中国南海事务最近的一篇报道,称其针对中国的攻击是有偏向性的,是“鹰派”政治的体现,非常的“不合理” In his column on Sino-US Spotlight Online, Ben Reynolds said that the editorial published by The New York Times does not hold water the following reasons.在其“中美聚焦在线”的专栏里,本·雷诺兹表示说,由于以下原因,《纽约时报的这篇社论并没有在报道中保持公正First, the report titled "Playing Chicken in the South China Sea" and published on May 1 echoes the prevailing hawkish perspective of the US policymakers, who severely exaggerated China’s threat to the region and the ed States and supported tough steps against China in the South China Sea issue.第一,这篇文章以“Playing Chicken in the South China Sea”(“在南中国海虐鸡”)为题,并且选择在5月1日发表,目的是为了附和在美国决策者间风靡的鹰派观点在此之前,美国鹰派政治家严重夸大了这一事件,宣称中国对该地区和美国存在巨大的威胁,并且主张在南海问题上对中国采取强硬措施Second, the report’s vaguely depicted "rich resources" in the South China Sea are either strategically irrelevant to Washington or outside the disputed waters.第二,这篇报道含糊地提及了中国南海地区“丰富的资源”,但是这一事实既和美国无关,也不在有争议海域所涉及的问题范围之内Third, all parties concerned in the South China Sea issue do not believe that China’s territorial claims will threat the sea routes. In this sense, the US-preached navigation freedom is not an issue.第三,有关各方在南海问题上都不认为中国的领土主张将威胁到海上航线,美国所宣称的自由航行并不是问题Fourth, the report’s accusation of "China’s most aggressive and outrageous tactic," referring to its land reclamation and infrastructure construction in the South China Sea, has selectively neglected the fact that the US allies and rival claimants in the region have also been engaged in such activities. It is their actions that are mainly responsible the region’s militarization.第四,这份报道以“中国最具攻击性和令人无法容忍的策略”的表述来指责中国在南海的岛屿开垦和基础设施建设,但是这篇报道似乎有选择性地忽视了美国的盟友也在该地区从事此类活动的事实正是由于他们的这些活动,才导致了该地区的军事化Fifth, the report’s attack on China’s increasing defense budget has also overlooked the fact that the US military spending in has tripled that of China to the stunning 60.1 billion US dollars. Washington also announced planned deployment of at least 60 percent of its navy and air ces to the Asia-Pacific region, which, apparently, will not be devoted only to humanitarian missions.第五,这份报告还对中国的国防预算增加进行了攻击,但是却又忽略了年美国军费出是中国的三倍,达到了令人惊讶的601亿美元美国还宣布将计划部署其至少60%的海军和空军到亚太地区,显然这不仅仅是为了执行人道主义任务The ed States have conducted routine patrols and surveillance of China right off China’s coast lines.美国还在中国的海岸线附近进行例行巡逻和执行对中国的监视任务Last but not the least, the report’s conclusion that accused China of trying to rewrite the international rules has once again committed selective amnesia as Obama’s support of Japan, which has once invaded many Asian nations and slaughtered their people in the 190s.最后,这份报告的结论指责中国试图改写国际规则,但是却又一次有选择性地遗忘了奥巴马对日本的持,这个国家曾在世纪0年代入侵了许多亚洲国家,并屠杀了他们的人民The US mainstream media like The New York Times have instinctively believed in their government’s eign policies, until they were proved erroneous by a number of facts time and time again, Reynolds said, noting that their reports of China and the South China Sea issue have been based on unjustifiable arguments and deliberate ignorance of facts.本·雷诺兹说道,类似《纽约时报之类的美国主流媒体本能地相信政府的外交政策,直到被事实一次又一次地明他们的荒谬他还指出美国媒体对于中国和南海事务的报道是基于不公正的论调和被故意忽略的事实The US media tend to weigh up China’s activities out of prejudice, in ignorance of the reasons and consequences of their reports, the experts said.本·雷诺兹说道,美国媒体倾向于从自己的偏见出发,来衡量、中国的行为,而忽视了他们报道的原因和结果He added that until these media outlets just their points of the US China policy, the public is obliged to correct their dangerous and twisted opinions, which, if let unchecked, will only escalate the hostility between the two peoples.本·雷诺兹补充说道,在这些媒体调整自己关于美国对华政策的观点前,公众有义务纠正他们危险而扭曲的观点如果不加以控制的话,(这些观点)只会加剧两国人民间的敌意

美国:买比买还容易 --19 ::5 来源: 在美国买有多容易?CNN报道称,“比买宠物容易得多”,一起来瞧瞧吧 (CNN)The way our laws are written, guns are easy to get in this land of the free.(CNN)根据我们的立法,在这片自由的土地上,买比买容易Buying from a gun store? Background checks and waiting periods might slow you down -- but only a little.到一家商店买?背景检查和等待的时间可能会耽误一点时间——但只有一点点Buying from a private seller? In all but a handful of states, there’s really no hoops to jump through at all.到一家个体户去买?除了少数几个州,简直没有什么困难就能买到In fact, it’s easier to get a gun than …事实上,买比以下几项都容易的多A driver’s license比考驾照容易License: Submit proof of your identity. Pass vision and written tests. Drive around a couple of weeks on your learner’s permit. Then pass the driving test. Depending on the state, it takes completing all that to get your first ever driver’s license. Also, some states, like Maryland, put you under a probationary status a few months when you get your driver’s license.驾照:提交你的身份,通过视力和书写测试根据学习许可驾驶几周后,通过驾考不同的州情况有所不同,你得完成所有的流程取得第一个驾驶执照同样,在一些州,比如马里兰,你得通过几个月的试用期后才能拿到驾照Gun: You don’t need a knowledge or proficiency test. You usually don’t need a license or permit to buy a gun, unless you live in one of states (and D.C.) that ce you to get one. And there’s no probationary period after you get a gun.:无需任何相关知识或资格考试一般来说,买不需要任何明或者许可,除非在其中个州(以及华盛顿特区)并且,买后没有任何的试用期A passport比申领护照容易Passport: You have to prove you’re a citizen, submit paperwork and a photo and usually wait about six weeks to get your hands on your first U.S. passport.护照:你得明你是美国公民,提交文书和照片,通常等待六周后才能领到你的第一个美国护照Gun: A gun store runs your name through the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System; you put your money on the counter and the gun is yours. Takes just a few minutes. If you’re buying from a private seller, you don’t even have to go through a background check in most states.:商店通过联邦调查局的国家实时犯罪背景检查系统确认你的名字,你把钱放在柜台上,就是你的了只需几分钟而已如果你是从一个私人卖家购买,在大多州,甚至不必进行背景调查Cold medicine比买感冒药容易Medicine: There’s a limit on how much of some cold medicine you can buy every month. That’s because the active ingredient in those cold medicines is pseudoephedrine. It’s also a key ingredient in making meth. So, the feds want to make sure the medicine isn’t used something else.药物:每月最多可以买多少感冒药是有限制的这是因为,这些感冒药中的所含的活性成分是伪麻黄碱它也是制造冰毒的主要成分,政府要确保药物不是用来做其他的事Gun: There’s no federal law that limits how many you buy.:立法并未限制购买的数量A divorce比办离婚容易Divorce: In some states, waiting your divorce to be final will have you cooling your heels up to six months.离婚:在某些州,离个婚有时得等上六个月才行Gun: Whether you buy online or in person, there are no waiting periods gun purchases -- unless you live in the nine states (and D.C.) that require it. But even then, it’ll keep you from your gun no more than a handful of days.:不管你是在网上购买还是私人购买,除了在特定的9个州外(以及华盛顿特区),都没有等待期但即便如此,也不过是几天的功夫A pet比好买Pet: In most cases, you must be 1, show ID and you may be asked to provide personal references. In some cases, the adoption agency may do a home check bee handing over the pet.宠物:在很多情况下,必须得年满1岁,出示身份,并可能会被要求提供个人资料有时,领养机构还会做家庭背景调查,之后才能领到宠物Gun: No personal references. No home visits.:无需个人资料,无需家庭调查U.S. home to a third of the world’s mass shootings全球有三分之一的击案都发生在美国

想存钱?专家招:50--30法则 --9 ::5 来源: 很多人在人生某个时刻都想要存钱买点什么,专家建议:收入的50%用在生活必需品上,%存起来,剩下的30%用来购买你的“欲望” Whether saving a first home or a new pair of shoes, everybody has budgeted something at some point in their life - and knows the pitfalls of failing to stick to it.不论是存钱买第一栋房子还是买一双新鞋,每个人在人生中某个时刻都会为某件东西作预算-而且每个人都知道难以坚持的陷阱在何处So what if there was a simple hack that ensured you always kept to your budget and saved exactly the correct amount of money every month?假如有种简单的方式能够确保你坚持自己的预算,并且每月存下来足够的钱,结果会怎么样呢?According to Career Girl Daily there is. The site claims that the 50--30 rule is one that can be applied to every budget and will help you gain control of your money.据《每日职业女性称,真有这样的方式该网站声称50--30法则能够应用到每一个预算,并帮你掌控金钱So how does it work? As Hannah Lutterbach explains, 50 per cent of everything you earn each month should be spent on essentials.那么这个法则是如何运作的?汉娜吕泰尔巴克解释说,你每月全部收入的50%应当花费在生活必需品上These ’needs’ include your rent, bills, food shop and travel cards (plus car insurance and petrol if you drive).这些“需求”包括房租、账单、食品、乘车卡(如果你开车,还要加上汽车保险和油费)If you’re struggling to work out exactly which expenditures come under this section, it’s the ones you pay without fail every single month that are mostly unchanging.如果你纠结于弄清楚究竟哪些出是属于这一部分的,你就看那些你每个月几乎不变的固定出The part of the rule calls you to put per cent of every single month’s pay check into your savings pot.指的是你要把每月工资的%存起来The money you save will be beneficial your retirement contributions or to pay off debts you might have like college or car loans,’ explains Hannah, who recommends having a separate bank this segment of your money.“你的储蓄将会对你的退休金有益,或者用它来付你可能有的贷款,比如大学学费贷款或车贷”汉娜解释道,并且她建议为这部分储蓄开通一个专有账户The third and final part of the rule is the 30 per cent part, which is dubbed the ’wants’ and can be spent on the fun things you want to do or things you want to buy like new clothes.规则的第三部分也是最后一部分-30%,它被称作“欲望”,它可以花费在你想做的开心的事或者想买的东西,比如新衣Hannah explains that as long as you’ve followed steps one and two, the third step allows you to have some fun with your money.汉娜说,只要你遵循了规则一和二,第三个规则会允许你用这笔钱做点开心的事She concluded: ’It can be tempting to spend more than 30 per cent on your “wants” but try to honest and strict with yourself and don’t even start to cheat.’她总结:“你可能非常想在你的"欲望"上花费超过30%的钱,但试着严格和诚实对待自己,不要试图欺骗自我”Discussing the technique, Jamie Smith-Thompson, managing director of Portafina (pensions and ISA advice specialists), said: ’Categorising your income like this is a great way to think about your money, and will also get you into the habit of paying yourself first, which is crucial financial success. It’s similar to the thrift box system from years ago, so is a tried and tested method.谈到技巧,Portafina(养老金和个人储蓄账户咨询专家)总经理杰米史密斯-汤普森说:“将你的收入照像这样的方式分类能够让你思考你的金钱,使你养成自己为自己买单的良好习惯,而这点对于财务成功是至关重要的它很像多年前的勤俭盒系统,是经过考验和测试的方法”There’s no doubt this would be particularly useful people who don’t pay much attention to their money, and can start them on the road of improving their finances.毫无疑问,这种方式明显能够帮助那些不太在意自己经济状况的人,使他们改善自己的经济状况With that said, it’s a false claim that these percentages apply to every budget. If you’ve got a mountain of debt and no savings, then spending more money than you save is not recommended.话虽如此,但是认为这个比例适用于所有预算则是种错误的观念如果你有堆积如山的债务并且毫无积蓄,那不建议你花的钱比存的钱多With debt, a good idea is to give yourself a deadline to pay it off by. From there, you can work out monthly payments to hit your target. This is more effective than thinking purely about percentages, and once the debt is cleared you can put the extra money into your savings every month.’“对于债务,一个好的办法是给自己设置一个还清的期限你可以通过期限来计算每个月需还的费用,以此来达成目标这种方式比单纯考虑比例要有效得多,一旦你还清债务后,便可以将每月额外的钱存起来”Kris Brewster, Head of Products at Skipton Building Society, does, however, believe that when it comes to managing finances, everyone is different and there’s no such thing as a one size fits all approach. So, he says, it’s important to identify what’s realistic you and your family.然而,谈到财务管理,普顿建筑协会产品负责人克里斯布鲁斯特却认为每个人都不一样,没有所谓一刀切的方法他觉得,认清自己和家人的现实才是最重要的Look at your finances and identify your disposable income. Make a list of your essentials, such as living and transport costs, then do the same things like going out, shopping or leisure activities. Try to get into the habit of saving a proportion of your income regularly each week or month: it can often be worth putting goals or incentives in place to help you stay motivated in the longer term.“查看自己的财务状况,确认可配收入列一个生活必需品清单,比如居住和交通费,同样对于出行、购物或休闲活动也如此操办试着养成每周或每月存下来收入一定比例的钱:有时候不妨设置目标或激励来帮你长期保持动力”There are always times when you may need to be flexible with your finances – some recent research conducted by Skipton Building Society reveals that one in ten people dip into their savings on a monthly basis. The important thing to keep in mind is that putting money away on a regular basis will pay off in the long run, even if it’s only bit by bit. It’s never too late to make a start.’然而总会有些时候你可能需要调整财务-普顿建筑协会近期一些研究揭露,十分之一的人每月都会动用他们的存款重要的是,要时刻牢记:定期存钱长远来看是会得到回报的,即使只是一小点一小点地存何时开始都不算晚”George Charles, spokesperson VoucherCodesPro.co.uk, added: ’Whilst the 50--30 rule is great in principle, this isn’t always going to be possible; every now and then there will be additional costs, such as school unims, car maintenance and so on. As you approach a summer holiday, instance, you may not be able to save so much as you might be paying off the holiday – that doesn’t mean that you are not handling your finances well.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk发言人乔治查尔斯补充:“50--30法则原则上是很棒,但不是任何时候都能实现;时不时的总会有额外出,比如校、汽车保养等等再比如暑假来临,你可能存不下来那么多钱,因为你要花钱去度假-但这并不能说明你没有很好地处理个人财务”Equally, if you get a payrise or promotion, you might be able to save a little more than normal. It really depends on your priorities at that specific time.“同样的,如果你加薪或升职了,你可能会比原来存的钱多一些这些真的取决于你在特定时期的优先级”That being said, it is a great rule saving and spending. Most people would be very surprised if they tried to stick to this rule, as the majority of us spend more than we realise on frivolous items, socialising and things we want. It’s surprising how quickly the savings can mount up when you keep a closer eye on your finances.’“话虽这么说,这确实是一个储蓄和出的黄金法则如果努力践行这个法则,大部分人会感到非常惊讶,因为我们中绝大部分人花在无聊东西、社交和欲望上的钱比我们意识到的多得多如果多留心你的个人财务,你会惊奇地发现你的储蓄会增长的如此之快”

乔治小王子三岁啦! 光脚丫荡秋千笑容暖萌 -- :01:57 来源: 乔治小王子从出生到现在,一举一动都备受关注,每回公开现身必成媒体焦点,抢走爸爸威廉王子和妈咪凯特王妃的风采现在,小王子也三岁了,让我们来看下他的暖萌照吧 New pictures showing Prince George at play on a swing and with the family dog Lupo have been released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to mark their son’s third birthday.7月日,英国乔治小王子欢度3岁生日,剑桥公爵夫妇威廉王子和凯特王妃分享了小王子荡秋千以及和爱犬卢波玩耍的照片庆生William and Kate thanked well-wishers messages of support they have received marking their eldest child’s milestone on Friday.威廉王子和凯特王妃感谢大家对他们的大儿子三岁生日的祝福Four images have been issued by the royal couple showing the young prince in the grounds of their Norfolk home Anmer Hall.他们发布了乔治小王子在诺福克郡安墨堡拍摄的四张照片George in three of the pictures is wearing a striped blue T-shirt and dark blue shorts - which are likely to sell out almost immediately.其中三张照片里,乔治小王子都穿着一件条纹蓝色T恤和深蓝色短裤——这套衣很快会遭遇疯抢In the fourth picture, where he has been captured walking, the young prince is wearing a striped jumper with the image of a whale on the front, beige shorts and dark trainer-style footwear.还有一张照片是摄影师抓拍的他走路的样子小王子穿着一件条纹套头针织衫,胸前装饰有一条鲸鱼图案,米黄色的裤子以及深蓝色休闲鞋A Kensington Palace spokesman said: "The Duke and Duchess hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs.肯辛顿宫发言人表示:“公爵夫妇希望人们会喜欢这些照片”"They would like to thank everyone all the lovely messages they have received as Prince George celebrates his third birthday."“他们感谢每个人,感谢他们为乔治小王子送上的甜蜜的生日祝福”The first of the pictures, taken in mid-July by photographer Matt Porteous, show George standing barefoot on a swing, which has been carved with the names of his parents, "William Catherine".第一张照片是由摄影师Matt Porteous在7月中旬拍摄的,显示小王子光脚站在秋千上,这张秋千上刻着剑桥公爵夫妇给它命的名“William Catherine”In another image, he is sitting on the swing looking straight at the camera.在另一张照片里,他坐在秋千上望着镜头In the third, the prince is shown walking and in the final image he is sitting on a rug with the family pet Lupo as he offers the dog a taste of his ice cream.第三张照片里他在走路,最后一张里他和爱犬卢波一起坐在草地上的地毯上,他正在给尝自己的冰淇淋Mr Porteous said: "I really enjoyed the opporty to take these photographs of Prince George. It was a very relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. I’m honoured that they have decided to share these images with the public to mark his third birthday."摄影师Matt Porteous表示,“能为乔治小王子拍照我真的非常开心那是一个非常放松和愉快的氛围剑桥公爵夫妇决定公开这些照片以庆祝小王子的生日,我非常荣幸”Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born at St Mary’s Hospital’s private maternity , the Lindo Wing, at .pm on July , weighing 8lbs 6oz.年7月日下午:分,乔治.亚历山大.路易斯王子诞生于伦敦圣玛丽医院林多分院,重8磅6盎司

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