Prince George clambers away from his mum Kate Middleton as they watch his dad William play polo
He's born into a life and expected to take a role that few of us could ever imagine.
But Prince George is like any other rambunctious two-year-old.
Gorgeous George - now with a thick mop of blonde hair - sat beside mum Kate Middleton as he watched his father William play polo.
Simple actions are all that are required for George as he steals the show again.
All eyes were trained on the toddler prince during yesterday's 'Trooping the Colour' at Buckingham Palace.
And his second public appearance in less than 24 hours will always get people talking.
Dressed in navy shorts, a royal blue cardigan and a white shirt, the 21-month-old prince clutched a toy car at the side of a a charity game in Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
His attentive mum Kate, wearing casual blue jeans, a stripy Breton top and sunglasses, held his hand as they walked around the edge of the field. This was also Kate's second public appearance since giving birth to Princess Charlotte at the start of May.
Prince Harry joined his brother Prince William in the competition, which was also watched by their father Charles.
The Queen was also watching polo, dressed in pale pink, to present The Cartier Queen's Cup at Windsor Great Park, Berkshire.
The Royal Family attended Trooping the Colour yesterday to commemorate the Queen's 89th birthday.
Although he did not take part in the official celebrations, Prince George appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the first time to watch the Red Arrows flying over.
It was Kate Middleon's first public engagement since giving birth to Princess Charlotte last month.