LONDON, July 31 (UPI) --
Fifty armed guards are being assigned to protect British Prince William
son, Prince George, in revolving shifts around the clock, The Sun reported.
The guards are to provide full-time security at Queen Elizabeth II's 20,000-acre Sandringham estate in Norfolk where William and his wife, Kate, are expected to take a 10-bedroom property as a country home, the newspaper said.
The couple married in April 2011. They welcomed their first child July 22 and brought their newborn son home to Kensington Palace last week.
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