Royal fans were left cooing over the latest pictures of Prince George, who joined his father Prince William, his grandad Prince Charles and his great grandmother the Queen for a spot of baking.
The future king tried his hand at baking a Christmas pudding to mark the launch of The Royal British Legion’s ‘Together at Christmas’ initiative.
The portraits, which show the family all mucking in as they attempt the traditional dessert, represent the four generations that are supported buy the Legion – and they couldn’t be cuter.
Prince George looks surprisingly clean for a six-year old attempting some baking, while the Queen looks happier than ever as she watches over her young great-grandson, who appears to have nailed the mixing element.
Once the blend was perfect, each royal placed commemorative sixpences into the mixture. A new Royal British Legion recipe was created for the launch, with the Royal Family adding poppy seeds to the mixture – a nod to the charity's iconic symbol of Remembrance.
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This marks the young prince’s first official picture on duty as a member of the royal family, and it seems that he is a complete natural – even managing to keep his white shirt spotlessly clean.
The Queen wore a light blue Angela Kelly dress with a sapphire and diamond brooch, while Prince George wore a pique piped shirt by British designer Rachel Riley.
A third picture shows a more formal group shot with one of The Royal British Legion’s care home chefs Alex Cavaliere and four veterans – Colin Hughes, Liam Young, Lisa Evans and Barbara Hurman, who also joined in the pudding making.
The puddings will be handed out next year as part of a campaign by the British Royal Legion to tackle loneliness among armed forces veterans.
The charity will serve 99 puddings to mark its 99th year. The mixing session was led by Alex Cavaliere, a former soldier with the Army Catering Corps who now works in one the charity's six care homes.
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