Aside from "Prince of Cambridge" and "third in line to the British throne," Prince George can add matchmaker to his list of titles.
The six-year-old may be responsible for the coupling of his teacher, Lucy Lanigan-O'Keeffe and Prince William's longtime friend, Thomas van Straubenzee.
According to the Sunday Times, the couple became engaged in June, after only meeting a year ago.
"They are very happy and have been going out for some months now. It's a serious relationship," one of the couple's friends said in April.
WATCH: How did Lucy Lanigan-O'Keefe and Thomas van Straubenzee meet?
Lucy Lanigan-O'Keeffe is the assistant headteacher at Thomas' Battersea school, where Prince George has been attending lessons for two years (his sister, Princess Charlotte will be joining him this week).
The bride-to-be teaches outdoor learning and mindfulness and is reported to be a 'charity-minded person,' who is in charge of the social action projects at Thomas' Battersea.
According to the Daily Star, Lanigan O-Keefe is the sister of Irish Olympic Pentathlete Arthur Lanigan-O'Keefe.
Lucy Lanigan-O'Keeffe met Thomas van Straubenzee through Prince William and Prince Harry.
Thomas van Straubenzee is a school friend of Prince William and is also Princess Charlotte's godfather.
The property firm manager was previously married to the Duke of Northumberland's daughter Lady Melissa Percy.