Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived in Australia. Credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Too cute! Having wrapped up their tour of New Zealand, the royal family arrived in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday, April 16, and young Prince George stole the show. The 8-month-old tot posed for photos in a white romper adorned with blue sailboats, looking less-than-impressed by the whole situation. Click here to see more pics of the tour.

Gorgeous George was joined by his parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, who both looked equally as dapper. The Duchess of Cambridge, 32, welcomed spring in an on-trend canary yellow dress with white accents. The fitted frock, which featured mid-lenth sleeves, a square neck, and fell at the knee, was a nod to Australia's national colors and was designed by London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic. The Prince, 31, looked as put-together as ever in a well-cut navy blue sit and a claret tie. 

One person who wasn't on board with Kate's sunny look was her husband. The new mother reportedly told an onlooker, "William said I look like a banana."

Will, Kate, and George, who are touring New Zealand and Australia for three weeks, made their first appearance in Australia at Sydney's famed Opera House. Later in the trip, the royal couple plans to take their son to Sydney's zoo where they will see bilbies, small marsupials found in the area. 

"I suspect George’s first word might be 'bilby," Prince William joked in a speech at the welcoming reception. "Only because 'koala' is harder to say."