Prince William celebrated his first Father’s Day in a Polo Match that has been going on since last month at Australia and New Zealand. But the spotlight wasn’t shining on him during the tour. Baby George, who is already 11 months old, stole the show from his father in June 16.
Baby George and Kate cheered for Prince William who went on a match against Prince Harry for the Jerudong Trophy game held at the Cirencester Park Polo Club. This event was conducted to raise money for their respective charities.
George was simply adorable while watching his father’s game. He wore a red and white striped jumper over a small white polo shirt. His outfit only shows that even at a very young age, he is such a sportsman just like his father.
The little boy was fascinated with the polo mallet as seen in some of the pictures that were released online. The crowd shifted their attention from Prince William riding his horse to his son who was playing around the field kicking a little soccer ball. It was just the cutest thing ever.
Kate Middleton was in her signature Me + Em British style top, which she noticeably loves to wear. It seems like she wasn’t in her best because she knew that the spotlight would be on her son. Prince George wants to crawl away from his mother and into the field, as if the athlete inside him can’t wait. So, Kate has to pick him up again and again. It was such a beautiful site to see on a Father’s Day.
Prince George could already almost walk on his own as he is still supported by his mother. Prince William’s baby boy looked just like him. The Duke and the Duchess are very open about their son, who is third in line to the throne. The growing little Prince only shows that the couple is expecting to have a busier household.