If there’s one member of the royal family who is always stealing the limelight, it is none other than Prince George. And now, the young royal is once again stealing the limelight in the latest portrait of the Royal Family. To honour the new decade, Queen Elizabeth decided to have a new portrait taken, which was released by the Palace this week. Taken by photographer Ranald Mackechnie, the photograph featured Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.
The portrait was captured in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace. For the portrait, Prince George wore his classic Daniel shirt by Amaia Kids and a pair of plaid trousers from Trotters . This is only the second official portrait of the Queen and her heirs, the first being released in April 2016 to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. At the time, Prince George was only 2-years-old and had to stand on a stack of blocks to be in the frame.
“He was absolutely charming, as you can see from the picture. You only have a short window of opportunity with small children, but Prince George was on good form and everyone seemed to enjoy seeing him enjoy the day,” the photographer previously said of the experience. “He was fascinated by my lights and all the kit, and he was quite happy standing on the blocks.”
The photographed released on the official social media pages of the Palace have been going viral and Prince George has once again proved he is quite the photogenic kid. Over the course of the year, Kate Middleton has been taking pictures of her family in which Prince George continues to be the centre of attention. Recently, a video too was released in which Prince George can be seen making Christmas pudding with Prince William, Prince Charles and his grandmother. Totes adorable!
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