Prince Charles turns 70 in November. To celebrate, Buckingham Palace is displaying a number of art pieces at the Prince and Patron show this summer, personally selected by Charles himself. And while we know there will be some stunning artwork on show, there's one photo in particular that caught our attention.
A royal fan who goes by the Instagram name @teatimewiththecambridges has shared a previously unseen photograph of three generations of royals. In the photo, grandpa Prince Charles cradles one of his grandchildren in his arms, who we presume to be a sleeping Prince George or Princess Charlotte. Meanwhile, doting dad Prince William crouches behind. That's three generations of royal cuteness!
A previously unseen photo of Prince Charles with one of his grandchildren (either George or Charlotte) is part of the “Prince and Patron”, an exhibition which shows over a hundred works of art selected by Prince Charles as part of the summer opening of Buckingham Palace. - Who do you all think it is? (I’m leaning towards George). ———————————————- #britishroyalfamily #princewilliam #dukeofcambridge #duchessofcambridge #katemiddleton #princegeorge #princesscharlotte #princelouis
That's not the only previously unseen photo of Prince George we've seen. This one from the royal family's 2016 Christmas card is also exceptionally cute.
Sweet photo of Prince George playing with bubbles. This picture is from the photo shoot for the Cambridges' 2016 Christmas card. . . . . . . . #DuchessKate #PrincessKate #DuchessofCambridge #KateMiddleton #middleton #KensingtonPalace #BuckinghamPalace #kensington #britishroyals #britishroyalfamily #royalengagement #katemiddletonstyle #royals #princess #royalBaby #royal #princesscharlotte #princegeorge #royalwedding #princewilliam #dukeofcambridge #windsorcastle #princelouis
It's clear Prince Charles loves being a grandfather. After Prince Louis was born, he and Duchess Camilla released a statement expressing their joy. "We are both so pleased at the news. It is a great joy to have another grandchild, the only trouble is I don't know how I am going to keep up with them," he jested. We think he's doing just fine.
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