The future king looked adorable as he arrived with his younger sister Princess Charlotte, six at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on Easter Sunday. The two children were decked out in their Easter finest for today’s Sunday church service. The eight-year-old arrived wearing a smart suit as he joined his proud parents, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William for the outing.
This is the second public appearance for the young royal in just a few weeks after he attended his beloved great-grandfather Prince Philip’s memorial service at the end of March.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the nation’s hearts when they arrived hand-in-hand with their parents for the Westminster Abbey service to celebrate the life of Prince Philip, following his death aged 99 in April 2021.
The occasion gave the youngest generation of royals the chance to remember their much-loved great-grandfather, after they were unable to attend his funeral due to Covid restrictions.
George and Charlotte carried out traditional royal line-up duties, shaking hands with the clergy who bent down to speak to them.
The young royals are currently enjoying an Easter break from their school Thomas’s Battersea.
But George, eight, and six-year-old Charlotte were not joined by little brother Louis who at just three years old was seemingly deemed too young to attend the service.
Princess Eugenie arrived alongside Peter Phillips and his children Savannah and Isla.
Zara and Mike Tindall also attended with their eldest daughter Mia.