As a Christmas gift to us all, Kensington Palace released a stunning new set of images that see Prince George helping make traditional Christmas puddings alongside his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, grandfather Prince Charles, and father Prince William.
The four generations of the royal family—the queen and the three future kings—came together in the Music Room of Buckingham Palace earlier this month in honor of the launch of the Royal British Legion's "Together at Christmas" initiative.
A spokesman said the initiative had been launched “to combat the loneliness and isolation experienced by some members of the Armed Forces community at what can be a difficult time of year. The get-togethers will provide an opportunity for all ages of the Armed Forces community to come together and enjoy the Christmas puddings.”
In one photo, six-year-old Prince George is pictured mixing ingredients in a bowl while the queen, Prince of Wales, and the Duke of Cambridge proudly look on.
In another photo, Prince William and Prince Charles help a lending hand as Queen Elizabeth II watches.
In the final photo, the four royals pose for a group shot with five veterans.
According to Kensington Palace, the desserts "will become the centrepieces of 2020’s get togethers, and form part of 99 puddings distributed across the charity’s network in the UK and the Commonwealth—also marking The Royal British Legion’s 99th year."
On Christmas eve, Kensington Palace released another video of the 6-year-old royal hard at work.
It sure looks like Prince George has a little experience in the kitchen—and it's probably all thanks to his mother. Earlier this week, Kate Middleton opened up about her own family traditions during a Christmas TV special with Mary Berry.
During the episode, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed her children love to cook and particularly enjoy making pizza dough. She also revealed that her family has a sweet royal birthday tradition.
"I love making the [birthday] cake," Middleton shared. "It's become a bit of a tradition that I sort of stay up until midnight with ridiculous amounts of cake mix and icing. I make far too much, but I love it."
Originally Appeared on Glamour