Prince George's impossibly polite way of ordering cake is guaranteed to make you smile
Prince George is growing up into a "proper little chap".
The future King of England celebrated his third birthday last week and he even made his first official appearance in Britain with his parents Kate Middleton and Prince William beforehand.
But while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are presenting him in a more central role, it's the behind-the-scenes tidbits about day-to-day royal life in Norfolk that is melting hearts.
George regularly visits a local café, Fakenham Garden Centre, with his mother and according to one local, his mother is encouraging his manners from an early age - especially when it comes to ordering cake.
"Kate said to George, 'Ask the nice lady what you would like to have.'"
"George said, 'Excuse me nice lady, but can I have . . . ' and pointed to a cake on the counter," according to People.
"Then George sat down with Kate to eat his cake with a fruit juice."
We've officially reached peak Prince George mania - when the way a toddler orders cake becomes hot gossip.
William said last week his son was "far too spoiled" when it came to birthday presents and wouldn't divulge how many the young royal received.
The family are currently on their first family holiday with Princess Charlotte (one) in France.
According to French publication La Republique des Pyrenees, a blacked-out Range Rover was waiting to chauffeur the family to their destination, in the direction of north Bearn and Gers.
A spokesperson for the Kensington Palace confirmed to OK! magazine that they are on a "private family holiday" and it is believed they are visiting friends and relatives in France.
It is not known where the family were travelling to but the airport is located 70 miles from the glitzy coastal resort of Biarritz.