That bubbly, gap-toothed smile could rule the UK one day.
The British Royals on Wednesday released two new snapshots of Prince George to mark the seventh birthday of Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandson, showing the youngster with a cheek-to-cheek smile.
The son of Prince William and Kate Middleton — officially His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge — would be the United Kingdom’s 43rd monarch if he one day takes the throne.
He does have to wait in line, however. Prince Charles is next in line for the throne after Queen Elizabeth, followed by George’s dad, Prince William before the youngster would have a shot at the crown.
But, at 7, he’s got some time.
The two pics show the fair-haired youngster wearing a camouflage T-shirt and a huge smile, with a second photo showing him alongside a wooden building with an equally beaming face.
George is the oldest of three children born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — ahead of Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
“The children have got such stamina, I don’t know now,” Middleton told the BBC recently in an interview about how the family is coping with being at home during the country’s coronavirus lockdown.
“You pitch a tent, take a tend down again, cook, bake,” the princess said. “You get to the end of the day and they have had a lovely time — but it is amazing how much you can cram into one day, that’s for sure.”
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