Prince William, the most lovin’ moments with George & Charlotte

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Prince William, the most lovin’ moments with George & Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this lovely picture as they celebrate Prince George's fourth birthday Photo (C) INSTAGRAM KENSINGTON PALACE
The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this lovely picture as they celebrate Prince George’s fourth birthday Photo (C) INSTAGRAM KENSINGTON PALACE
Prince George in 2016 Photo (C) GETTY KENSINGTON PALACE TWITTER
Prince George in 2016 Photo (C) GETTY KENSINGTON PALACE TWITTER
One-year-old Prince George in 2014 Photo (C) GETTY KENSINGTON PALACE TWITTER
One-year-old Prince George in 2014 Photo (C) GETTY KENSINGTON PALACE TWITTER
This collage of six pictures created on July 19, 2017 shows Prince George holding the hand of his father Britain's Prince William upon their arrival at the airport in Berlin on July 19, 2017. Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
This collage of six pictures created on July 19, 2017 shows Prince George holding the hand of his father Britain’s Prince William upon their arrival at the airport in Berlin on July 19, 2017. Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
This collage of six pictures created on July 19, 2017, shows Britain's Prince George holding the hand of his father Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, upon their arrival at the airport in Berlin Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
This collage of six pictures created on July 19, 2017, shows Britain’s Prince George holding the hand of his father Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, upon their arrival at the airport in Berlin Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
The adorable tot needed some encouragement before she embarked the helicopter with her parents and older brother Prince George. Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
The adorable tot needed some encouragement before she embarked the helicopter with her parents and older brother Prince George. Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
Princess Charlotte looked delighted with her flowers Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
‘It is very good, very sweet,’ William said after he downed the shot in one. ‘And very strong,’ Kate added as she recovered from downing the 40 per cent proof liqueur.
Thousands of locals lined the central market square as the royals arrived to experience a live demonstration of amber processing before trying out local delicacies.
As the royal couple emerged from the town hall to the strains of Handel’s ‘Zadok the Priest’ – played at every English monarch’s coronation since King George II in 1727 – the crowds cheered enthusiastically.
Tomorrow, the Duke and Duchess renew their friendly sporting rivalry, that seems to play a part in most of their trips, when they visit the picturesque Germany city of Heidelberg, twinned with Cambridge.
William and Kate will take to the waters of the River Neckar to cox opposing rowing teams in a race with crews from drawn from Cambridge and Heidelberg.
Prince George appeared tired after his plane journey Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES
Prince George appeared tired after his plane journey Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES

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