7 Royally Good Reasons To Love Prince George

In honour of Will, Kate, George, and Charlotte's Canadian royal tour, we took a look at some of the Prince's best moments to date.

The Prince of Cambridge may not have taken a shine to the Prime Minister of Canada in quite the same way as the rest of the world—Baby George refused to give Justin Trudeau a high five yesterday—but that’s not put us off the three-year-old just yet.

Prince George has been making a splash since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced their bundle of joy back in 2013. 

In three short years, he's crammed in more high-profile public appearances than most do in a lifetime—and always in his trademark stylish fashion.

We take a look at some of the royal toddler's best moments so far. 

He met President Obama in his Pj’s

(Image credit: Today.com)

Most people would expend a lot of energy planning what to wear to meet the leader of the free world. But George casually rolled up in pajamas, robe, and slippers when Barack and Michelle Obama were invited to dinner at Kensington Palace back in April this year. No biggie.

He’s a totally ace big brother

(Image credit: Abcnews.go.com)

Princess Charlotte is never far from the watchful gaze of her big brother. Prince George proudly held his sister in his arms when she was born and he couldn’t help sneaking a peek into her pram at the christening to check everything was hunky-dory.

He’s no performing monkey

(Image credit: TheStar.com)

Sure, he has royal obligations and demands upon his tiny head. But if George doesn’t feel like high-fiving strangers when he’s just stepped off the plane and is feeling jetlagged, you better believe he’s not going to be convinced otherwise. World’s press or no world’s press, the Prince is just doing him.

He might just be the next Prince Harry

(Image credit: Vanityfair.it)

His Uncle Harry may hold the title of Most Rebellious Royal. But if Prince George keeps knocking stuffed aardvarks out of people’s hands and getting banned by his parents from attending National Park’s on press trips, he might just take the crown.

He’s a style icon.

(Image credit: Babycenter.com)

He may only be a preschooler, but George has been rocking some serious threads since day one. From snazzy sweater vest to Breton stripe, the tiny Prince has been putting his best foot forward for all his public appearances and giving his mom a run for her money in the style stakes. Plus, he managed to achieve what we thought was impossible – he made Crocs look cute.

He’s nailed the wave

(Image credit: elle.com)

So much so that his dad, William, practically had to drag him away from the balcony and all his adoring fans. What can we say? George just loves to give the people a slice of that Royal action.

He’s adorable

(Image credit: Playbuzz.com)

That hair. Those cheeks. Need we say more? One thinks not...

New On the Baby Post

 

You May Also Like...

 
 
Register For Our Newsletter Contests Video

Latest Comments

Start Here: Introductions

Hi there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this site with us so I came to give it a look. I'm definitely loving the information. I'm

gabriellir 1 year 7 months ago.

Start Here: Introductions

Hi there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this site with us so I came to give it a look. I'm definitely loving the information. I'm boo

gabriellir 1 year 7 months ago.

Start Here: Introductions

Hello there! I know this is somewhat off topic but I was wondering which blog platform are you using for this website? I'm getting sick and

lavinal62 1 year 7 months ago.

Product Recalls Attention

HarperCollins Publishers recalls Two "That’s Not My…" Children’s Books

HarperCollins has recalled That’s Not My Reindeer and That’s Not My Santa kids’ books due to possible mould contamination

Joe Fresh Recalls Striped Quilted Baby Jackets

Due to a choking hazard, Loblaw Companies has recalled Joe Fresh Baby Jackets

Costco Recalls Kirkland Signature Brand Quinoa Salad

Costco Wholesale Canada has issued a recall of the Kirkland Signature brand Quinoa Salad because of reported illnesses.