Royal Father's Day! All eyes were on Prince George on Sunday, June 15 as the tiny tot, 10 months, celebrated the Duke of Cambridge's first Father's Day while rooting for his dad Prince William at a charity polo match—the Jerudong Trophy Day.
Mother Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton stayed by the little one's side, watching him closely while wearing jeans, flats, and a Breton striped shirt.
A polo spectator there tells Us Weekly, “You know George—wriggle wriggle wriggle! He was adorable. He was in Kate’s arms most of the time, but she put him down on the ground a couple of times to play. He was grabbing one of the polo mallets at one point when Kate joined in with the divot stomping during a break. Kate seemed a bit nervous to let go of him though. She said, ‘He’s really fast!.'"
It seems the third in line to the throne is ready to hit a major milestone, almost a month before his first birthday.
“He looks like he’ll soon be walking," the onlooker continues. "Kate would hold his arms and his little feet would toddle ahead. A couple of times he stood while just holding on to her with one hand. He’s getting close!"
The event took place at Cirencester Park Polo Club in Gloucestershire, and raised money for several charities, including Centrepoint, Child Bereavement UK, and WellChild. Prince William played against brother Prince Harry, and Queen Elizabeth II, fresh off her 88th birthday celebrations on Saturday, also attended.