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Prince George's appearance at the England v Wales Rugby Six Nations match alongside mum, Kate Middleton and dad, Prince George had royal fans mindblown.
The youngster who is third in line to the throne joined his parents at the event at Twickenham Stadium before sticking out a tongue as the tens of thousands of fans looked on.
Prince William was attending in his role as patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, while his wife Catherine was there as patron of the Rugby Football Union, each of the Cambridge's donning England and Wales scarves for the Six Nations match.
Despite it being Kate's first outing as patron of the Rugby Football Union, it was George who stole the show.
The cheeky eight-year-old had fans gushing over his staggering height, as well as his uncanny resemblance with his grandmother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
Shortly after he appeared, royal enthusiasts rushed to social media to share their thoughts on the tot, with one penning: "How cute is that smile?! Beautiful photos. Prince George looks so much like Diana!"
A second said: "When did Prince George get so tall?!"
"Very smart boy Prince George," gushed another.
"Granny Diana's genes coming through," said a fourth, while George sang the national anthem, God Save The Queen, a fan tweeted: "Love to see Prince George signing it to his grandma. Lovely boy."
Another joked that he was there to "keep the peace" between his competitive parents who have both shown their love for rugby in the past.
The trio stepped out just hours after William and Kate made a rare political move, addressing the ongoing war in Ukraine with Russia.
Taking to their Kensington Royal Twitter account, the future King and Queen said: "In October 2020 we had the privilege to meet President Zelenskyy and the First Lady to learn of their hope and optimism for Ukraine's future.
"Today we stand with the President and all of Ukraine's people as they bravely fight for that future. W & C."
William and Kate are the first working royals to announce their support for Ukraine and follow Harry and Meghan who posted on Thursday of their support on the day Russia first invaded the country.
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