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13 times Prince George absolutely slayed British fashion

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LONDON — Prince George is — without a shadow of a doubt — the most stylish 3-year-old on the planet.

Whether he's attending royal engagements, playing in his family home in Norfolk or even travelling for a royal tour, George is always bringing his fashion A-game.

The future king — who's currently third in line to the throne — has a distinctly retro look, and he never fails to delight the world with his adorable outfits. 

Here are 13 times the prince brought British style to a whole new level.

1. Soldier swagger

Here's 1-year-old Prince George posing for an official Christmas photo at Kensington Palace back in November 2014. George cuts a fine figure wearing a knitted navy tank top emblazoned with soldiers, complete with long black socks. 

Prince George sits for his official Christmas picture in a courtyard at Kensington Palace in November 2014.

Image: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge/PA Wire via Getty Images

2. Dapper dungarees 

To say that Prince George is a fan of dungarees is an understatement. George ~lives~ for dungarees. Here he is sporting his wardrobe staple during a play group at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, in April 2014 during the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first official trip overseas with their son. 

Prince George of Cambridge attends a Plunket Play Group at Government House on April 9, 2014, in Wellington, New Zealand.

Image: Samir Hussein/WireImage

3. Signed, sealed, delivered

In celebration of the Queen's 90th birthday, Prince George's happy little face — and his exquisite style — was turned into a special edition stamp. George looked very smart indeed in teal long socks and matching shorts, and a crisp white shirt. Nicely done, George.  

Image: royal mail

4. Voyager chic

George knows the importance of dressing comfortably when travelling. On his first official trip overseas with his parents, George donned a cosy looking white knitted cardigan along with — yep, you guessed it — shorts and cute sandals. 

Prince George looks on before boarding a flight to Australia at Wellington Airport's military terminal April 16, 2014 in New Zealand.

Image: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

5. Sweater weather 

Even in the chillier autumn months, George is not about to ditch his beloved shorts. For this family photograph taken in late October 2015 at Kensington Palace, George looked debonair in a pale blue jumper, paired with blue shorts and long socks. 

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in a photograph taken late October 2015 at Kensington Palace in London.

Image: Chris Jelf/PA Wire/Press Association Images

6. Rosy red 

Another day, another excellent cardigan. Here's George sporting a racing car red cardi as he boards his flight home to the UK after his royal visit to Australia in 2014. 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge leave Australia and head back to the UK.

Image: Mark Nolan/Getty Images

7. First day of school 

The first day of school is a maaaaayjor moment. Prince George obviously wanted to make a good impression so he ditched his usually retro clobber for something more contemporary, a quilted coat and a pale blue backpack. Trendy. 

Prince George on his first day of school.

Image: duchess of cambridge

8. Presidential loungewear

It's not everyday that one gets a visit from the president of the United States, but unfortunately that visit coincided with Prince George's bedtime. Disaster! As he's only little, he still managed to pull off wearing his PJs and a cute white dressing gown as he met the president and first lady.

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama talk with Prince George at Kensington Palace on April 22, 2016.

Image: The white house /Getty Images

9. Christening clobber

When his sister, Princess Charlotte, got christened, George needed to look the part. He rocked his signature T-bar sandals with some daring red shorts and an embroidered Peter Pan collar shirt. Cute doesn't even do this outfit justice. 

Prince George leaves the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate for the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015.

Image: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

10. Après ski 

It's important to look good on the slopes. And it's not easy warding off the chill while still looking well put together? Prince George wore a Scandi knit bobble hat and navy snowsuit during a family skiing holiday in the French Alps in March 2016. 

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children, Princess Charlotte and Princess George, during short private break skiing in the French Alps.

Image: John Stillwell/PA Wire


11. At the zoo

While visiting the bilby enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, George opted for a dressed-down, casual look. A blue and white polo shirt paired up with blue shorts while he hung out with a bilby called George. 

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge meet a bilby called George at Taronga Zoo on April 20, 2014, in Sydney, Australia.

Image: Samir Hussein/ WireImage

12. Aviator cool 

During a visit to the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire in July 2016, Prince George opted for a simple, pared back look; a crisp white polo shirt and navy shorts. Classy.

Prince George of Cambridge gives a thumbs up as he attends the The Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.

Image: Samir Hussein/ WireImage

13. Puppy love

George has proven that he scrubs up well in formal attire. But, he also likes to kick back with his pal Lupo in the garden of the Duke and Duchess' family home in Norfolk. Here he wears a simple striped T-shirt and blue shorts to play in the garden. 

Prince George with family dog, Lupo.

Image: kensington palace

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