If this whole ‘future King of England’ thing doesn’t pan out, Prince George may have a promising career as an artist one day!
The 4-year-old had a busy weekend celebrating the Queen’s official birthday with the Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace alongside members of his extended royal family.
The next day, the young prince accompanied his parents and younger sister Princess Charlotte to the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club to watch his father, Prince William, compete.
As Kate Middleton took in the match hillside, George and Charlotte played barefoot in the grass with their cousin, Savannah Philips. While his sister performed gymnastics for the crowd, George quietly flexed his artistic muscles by drawing a picture of an erupting volcano.
We may be biased, but for 4-years-old, George’s detailed drawing is pretty impressive and definitely worthy of a prime spot on the refrigerator at Kensington Palace. It’s fairly obvious that he’s inherited his mother’s creativity!
The Duchess of Cambridge has her Master of Arts degree in Art History from St. Andrews University, and has a well documented flair for photography having taken her children’s official royal portraits. Like her son, Middleton has been known to draw and was even spotted sketching the church during her sister Pippa’s wedding to James Matthews.
George proudly showed off his photo before joining the rest of the children and frolicking in the grass, stopping at one point to play with some toy guns (really?).
While we’re not to keen on George playing with plastic guns, we do hope he keeps up with the arts.
We sense some real potential!