Hilarious old photos emerge of Prince William looking just as bored as Prince George at Queen's birthday celebrations in 1988
Poor Prince George looked like he'd rather have been anywhere else on Saturday as he appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, but it turns out he isn't the first royal to be unimpressed with the Royal Air Force proceedings.
Amusing images of Prince William from 1988's celebration emerged following Saturday's event and it seems clear that young Prince George might have inherited his impatience from his dear old dad.
In the old photos, Prince William is holding his head in his hands as he awaits the RAF flypast to begin, a pose replicated by his eldest son 29 years on.
In the images, the Duke of Cambridge is joined by his brother Prince Harry, and his parents Prince Charles and Princess Diana, and of course his grandparents Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
Princess Charlotte seemed to be in better spirits than her older brother at Saturdays celebrations, smiling for the crowd assembled at Buckingham Palace. The two-year-old princess seems to have inherited her smiles from her uncle Prince Harry.
On Saturday, Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the attention away from their great-granny Queen Elizabeth during a celebration of her 91st birthday, as the pair appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to mark the occasion.
The royal siblings joined their mum and dad, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their great grandparents Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth, and their uncle Harry to watch the annual Royal Air Force 'Trooping for Colour' flypast from the balcony on Saturday.
The siblings' mum, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton wore a pink Alexander McQueen dress to the event, while the Queen turned out in a blue Stewart Parvin outfit.
The celebration was also attended by the wider royal family including Prince George and Princess Charlotte's granddad Prince Charles and Camilla as well as Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice of York.
Earlier in the afternoon, the Queen paid tribute to the victims of the recent Manchester and London terrorist attacks, as well as those who lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower tragedy this week. A minute's silence was held as a mark of respect.
The RAF celebration in honour of the Queen's birthday comes two months after the monarch turned 91 on April 21.