While his mother has her hands full with his new baby sister, Prince George is being lavished with attention by grandmother Carole Middleton. The duo melted hearts when they were seen at the Bucklebury Farm Park, with the little royal heir getting a lift on his granny's shoulders.
The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, had dressed her son in an aqua coloured jumper, white shirt, shorts and converse shoes for the day out. While Carole showed off her glammy credentials in a summery fern green jumper and short white skirt.
Kate and George at a polo match last weekend
The visit took place without any fuss in keeping with Kate and Prince Wiliam's plan to keep their little Prince of heart's childhood as normal as possible.
It's been a busy few weeks for George after he was the centre of attention at the Trooping the Colour ceremony for the Queen's official birthday. The toddler, who turns two on 22 July, stole the show wearing the exact outfit his father William had on during his first appearance at the birthday parade just over 30 years ago.
Following instructions from his dad George gave a wave from the balcony of Buckingham Palace that delighted the crowds below.
Carole Middleton took George to Bucklebury Farm Park
It's not just Carole who has been taking care of the youngster. Prince Charles has enjoyed spending time with George in the garden of his Highgrove home, where grandpa and grandson planted two new trees.
A visitor to Highgrove told HELLO! that the Prince of Wales was "obviously very proud of Prince George". The heir to the throne has spoken often of his role as a grandfather, most recently saying how beautiful little Princess Charlotte is. He also revealed that she sleeps better than George did making life much easier for his daughter-in-law Kate.
When George was born his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall told well-wishers that Charles would make an excellent grandfather because he is "brilliant with children".