Prince George’s Captain Hat


Prince George’s Lil’ Captain Hat Won the Royal Sailing Race That His Parents Lost


It’s not every day that the royal children get to watch their parents compete against one another, but on Thursday, Prince George and Princess Charlotte sat on the sidelines as their parents– Prince William and Kate Middleton– challenged one another in a sailing race for charity called the The King’s Cup Regatta.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were skippers(which is generally the captain)on their particular boats, contending against one another and 6 other vessels. Each boat represented a charity– Action on Dependency, Place2Be, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, The Royal Foundation, Kid Bereavement UK, Centrepoint, the London Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, and Tusk Trust.The winners of the race? Regretfully, not a single royal took house the crown. Very first reward went to none aside from Bear Grylls, survival trainer and host of Guy vs. Wild. Prince William can be found in third, and the Duchess cruisedinto seventh location. A minimum of she wasn’t dead last. Kate Middleton, leading her sailboat to seventh location. ANDREW MATTHEWS/Getty Images


The real winner of the entire event, however, was obviously Prince George, who, judging by the smoldering, toothless smile on his mug and the way he is working that little captain’s hat, need to star in some sort of children’s style project. Just after celebrating his 6th birthday, the little rascal is serving looks, yet once again. This time, his ensemble states,”Forget Captain America and Cap’n Crunch. Prince George? No, that’ll be Captain Prince George, to you.” Who requires a crown when you can wear a nautical cap instead?

The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Take Part In The King's Cup Regatta


Princess Charlotte


Karwai Tang And, or course, it wouldn’t be a royal getaway without a laugh from his sibling, Princess Charlotte.


At just six years old, Prince George has actually currently had rather the design evolution: he went goth for his uncle’s wedding in 2015, and has been called an official style icon in the U.K. This nautical moment could just be surpassed by a complete yeehaw ensemble, total with stetson and boots, but we’ll probably need to wait up until he makes his first visit to America for that to happen.Related: Behold: Impossibly Adorable New Photos of Prince George, In Honor of His Sixth Birthday

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