Prince George could reportedly receive an award from Prince Philip all thanks to Kate Middleton.

During her recent engagement, the Duchess of Cambridge said that she wants Prince George and Princess Charlotte to join the Scouts in the coming years. When the Duchess of Cambridge was much younger, she was part of a similar movement called Brownie.

As a Brownie, Middleton was able to carry out the Duke of Edinburgh award, which acknowledges participants who carry out voluntary work as well as physical activity and the learning of a new skill.

Middleton managed to achieve the gold award of the Duke of Edinburgh, and she was invited to either London’s St. James’s Palace, Scotland’s Palace of Holyrood House, or Northern Ireland’s Hillsborough Castle. The prestigious award also paved the way for the recipient to meet a member of the royal family.

When Prince George turns 6 years old, he will finally be able to become a Scout. Excelling as a Scout could mean earning the same opportunities as his mother did years ago. But this could be quite tricky since Prince George is already a member of the royal family.

As such, it wouldn’t be that exciting to meet a family member if he receives the Duke of Edinburgh award.

In related news, Prince George also made headlines this week alongside his siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on Kensington Palace’s official Instagram account.

The photos of Prince William and Middleton’s children appeared on the social media platform after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle created their own Instagram account on Tuesday.

Since Kensington Palace will now solely be focused on the Cambridge family, updates, photos, other information about Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will now be shared via the platform.

Updates, photos, and other information about Prince Harry, Markle, and their upcoming royal baby will be uploaded on Sussex Royal’s Instagram and Twitter accounts.

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Pictured: Prince George waves as he leaves in a car after attending the wedding of his aunt, Pippa Middleton, to James Matthews at St Mark's Church in Englefield, west of London, on May 20, 2017. Getty Images/Justin Tallis/AFP