From Leona Lewis to Mumford & Sons, Florence Welch to Ed Sheeran, the Brits are no strangers to colossal success in the States. Just this year, we've seen the emergence of acts such as Emeli Sande, Little Mix and Alt-J, with dozens more waiting in the wings. Many moons ago, somewhere in Britain, the stars aligned on July 26 not once, but twice. Because on that auspicious day, both Helen Mirren and Mick Jagger was birthed into the world. Little did we know back then that those two British babies would go one to become two of England's most celebrated cultural icons. Prince Harry talked to reporters about his nephew, Prince George of Cambridge, and the nice cuddle they enjoyed at Kensington Palace. The prince joked to the Daily Mail's Rebecca English that he hopes the Duke and Duchess know "how expensive" his babysitting fee is, and vowed to teach Prince George how to have fun.