What’s cuter than a toothless 6-year-old soaking up the final weeks of summer on the bough of a boat in full nautical garb? We’re drawing a blank bigger than the one where Prince George’s front teeth used to be.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest son watched his parents go head to head during the King’s Cup Regatta on Thursday, alongside grandfather Michael Middleton. George dressed the part in a striped white and navy polo and a captain’s hat.
George’s sister Princess Charlotte, 4, watched as well, goofing off with her mom after the races concluded.
No word on little brother Prince Louis’s whereabouts during the charity event, but here’s hoping whoever is watching him comes armed with a pair of sunglasses and access to a camera.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were two of eight contenders in the King’s Cup race — all of whom competed on behalf of a different non-profit organization. Running Wild’s Bear Grylls came in first, while Prince William snagged third place.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with The King’s Cup charity ambassadors, Fara Williams for @CentrepointUK, Dan Snow for @LDNairamb, Bear Grylls for @Tusk_org, John Bishop for @ActionAddiction, Katie Thistleton for @Place2Be, and Helen Glover for @AFNCCF 🏆 pic.twitter.com/NqcAREjPJX— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) August 8, 2019