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Kate Middleton, The Duchess Of Cambridge, And Prince William Used Fake Names When Flying Back From Australian Tour

14/08/2014 16:44 | Updated 20 May 2015

The majority of famous faces use false names when checking into a hotel or travelling, and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William are no different.

And the word on the street is that the Duke and Duchess booked their flights back from their tour of Australia and New Zealand under the names Mr and Mrs Jones.

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The couple even named Prince George as baby Jones for their Qantas flight home following their three-week trip Down Under, according to Mail Online.

But by the sounds of it, they weren't as incognito as they wanted to be, because they booked the entire first-class area of the plane. Perhaps making it a little obvious that high profile guests were boarding the plane.

And if that wasn't enough, they also checked in 90 bags - a lot more than what they arrived in New Zealand with three weeks earlier. But, of course, the adorable Prince George was given lots of presents too, so they had to pack up all of those for their grand return to the UK.

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A source told The Sun: "It was funny that they used such common British names. Even Prince George was Baby Jones. But it did seem a bit daft as everyone knew it was them."

Back in 2009, the couple went under the pseudonym's Mr and Mrs Smith when they booked a holiday home in Cornwall for William's 27th birthday.

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