For the second time this month, Prince George joined his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, at a special event. After making his first official UK engagement at the Royal International Air Tattoo just last week, the todddler went to work with his parents once again – this time to attend the Special Air Service 75th Anniversary.
George, who will be turning three on Jul. 22, visited Credenhill with Prince William and Kate to help unveil a status at the SAS Base before meeting serving and retired members of the regiment. The family spoke to veterans and enjoyed a Red Arrow display and a Spitfire flypast.
Although photographs were not permitted at the event, insider sources revealed that Prince George played with a group of children while Kate chatted to the crowd. An attendee of the event, Donna Gunn, wrote on Facebook: "My children played with George. He's so handsome and Kate is stunning - something to tell the children.
"She's a fantastic down to earth mommy, she plays with him she's very hands on."
An SAS source revealed: "It was a fantastic occasion. Soldiers were not allowed to take photographs of the Royal party or the statue, which was of two troopers and an Army working dog."
This is the little Prince's second UK engagement after taking a trip to Gloucestershire to attend the Royal International Air Tattoo last Friday. The two-year-old Prince looked simply adorable in a white polo shirt and blue shorts with matching pumps and protective head defenders during his trip, but was a little overwhelmed by the crowds and began to cry before being comforted by Kate.
However, his royal cuteness quickly cheered up when he had the chance to sit in a cockpit during his trip, asking Kate: "Mummy, can I fly the Red Arrow now?" to which Prince William replied: "Not right now."