Meet George Middleton, the 7½-month-old prince of the playground and ruler of the sandpit.
On his last visit to the Pod Playground at the National Arboretum, he spied his cardboard crown on another little George's head and seized what was rightfully his.
On Thursday, there will be another pretender to his throne at the popular playground overlooking the capital, a certain Prince George of Cambridge, who along with his parents, the Duke and Duchess, enjoyed a rest day in the sunshine at Government House on Monday.
The future king who will be in the care of a nanny while Prince William and his wife, Catherine, visit Uluru on Tuesday, will be the one Canberrans will be clamouring to see during the young royal family's two days of public events on Thursday and Friday.
Among those hoping for a glimpse will be the parents of a growing number of babies sharing the royal name, such as the son of Luana Di Domenico, George Middleton.
"I joke about them both having a grandmother who is a Middleton and I joke that I should have called my daughter Catherine," Ms Di Domenico said.
"I love that they have the same first name. I think it's very cute and one day my son might actually have a King George in his lifetime which I think is just lovely."
George has become an increasingly popular name in the ACT. Registrations of the name climbed from 14 in 2012 to 22 last year. Since July, the name has been registered 15 times, according to data from Births, Deaths and Marriages.
But Prince George's first name doesn't quite compare with the popularity of his father's name - which has featured in the top three most popular boys' names in the ACT for the past eight years.
Between 2001 and 2013, William topped the list four times and the name was registered 67 times last year alone.
The name Harry was only slightly more popular than George and was registered 23 times last year. The name Catherine was registered three times in the ACT last year - down from five registrations the previous year - while Katherine was registered only once in 2013.
Although George Middleton is six weeks younger than the Prince, Ms Di Domenico said she selected the name George before she even fell pregnant and upon hearing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pregnant, joked the royals would "steal" her and her partner Nick's baby name.
Mother-of-one Rachele Pentes also predicted the name the royals would give little Prince George. The Pentes' son is named Giorgio - the Italian version of George.
"We wanted to name him after my father-in-law George. They're Greek and I'm Italian so we came up with Giorgio," Mrs Pentes said.
Another mum who can relate to the little Prince's moniker is Margaret Doykas whose 17-month-old son's name is George Louis.
''My husband's late father is named George … and my husband's name is Louis so we ended up calling him George Louis. We've got a couple of Georges in the family,'' she said.