Prince Louis has been attracting the most attention lately, which happened with his baptism and the usual celebration around him.
But George is the star of the royal show this week, third behind his father, Prince William, and his grandfather, Prince Charles the Prince of Wales. He is not the eldest of the seven great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II, but he is probably the one who will be king in the distant future.
Plus, he's undeniably cute and sometimes ravishingly naughty, as his public appearances testify.
There are so many examples of cute pictures, but here are some favorites:
Chattering George: [
At the annual Trooping the Color Parade on June 9, Prince saw George and his cousin Savannah Phillips from the balcony of Buckingham Palace, but Georges chatter made Savannah amusement to make him kidnap. Prince William, for example, occasionally looked annoyed at her antics.
Like every five-year-old, George is also very active. George and his sister Princess Charlotte and a group of other children guarded by Mommy Duchess Kate wandered the grass in Gloucester on June 10 at one of his father's charity polo games.
George in Charge:
It was the great day of Little Sister Princess Charlotte – her christening in Sandringham on July 5, 2015 – but George stalked around that Baby around carriage, was the focus of all media cameras.
George the Media Skeptician:
Like his father, Prince George has also cast a skeptical look at the media cameras, as he did at the Warsaw airport during an official visit to Poland on July 17, 2017.
George the Diplomat:
George behaved at his first official meet-and-greet when he got up after bedtime to shake up the president Barack Obama at Kensington Palace on April 22, 2016.
George, the would-be pilot:
The little prince is as enthusiastic about flying machines as his father, so his pleasure in arriving to explore a real helicopter at the Hamburg airport during an official visit to Germany in July 2017.
George the Cavalry Prince:
First day of school? Was he nervous? Does not seem like he was caught with his father on steps in Kensington Palace, his feet crossed casually, a big grin on his face as he prepared to go to his first day of school in September 2017.
George the Animal Lover:
Baby royals and baby critters – put them together and you can not go wrong. For his first overseas tour with his parents in Down Under in April 2014, George made his debut on his very first public engagements, including the presentation of a cute little marsupial named George in the Prince George Bilby Exhibit, named after the little prince. He seemed pleased, but the photographers were even more pleased.
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