Including the famous vehicle in the image will be seen as a poignant tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh, who had a passion for engineering.
Philip, who died in April a few months before his 100th birthday, drove Land Rovers regularly and at his funeral the Duke’s casket was carried by a specially adapted defender he helped design.
The future king, casually dressed in a striped polo-style top and shorts, was photographed by proud mum Kate during a family trip to Norfolk earlier this month.
The Duchess of Cambridge has become an accomplished photographer and in recent years has published her own photos to celebrate her children’s birthdays.
Kate may have a passion for photography, but she revealed that her kids sometimes want their mom to put down her camera.
Speaking to a finalist in her Hold Still photography competition, the Duchess said of George, Charlotte and Louis: “Everyone is saying, ‘Mum please stop taking pictures. “
The little boy will be sure to get a homemade cake from his mother, who has revealed that she often has to stay awake until midnight to bake them.
Previously appearing on the BBC’s’ A Berry Royal Christmas’ special, Kate confessed: ‘It has become a bit of a tradition that I stay awake until midnight with ridiculous amounts of cake mix and frosting and I’m doing way too much. But I love it. “
The godmother of the future king, Julia Samuel, 60, who was a good friend of Diana, reveals that she buys “impossible” toys for the young one that William must spend days putting together carefully.
She said, “I do to George what [Diana] made us, which is to give impossible toys that are really loud and take a long time to make.
“William then has to spend days assembling. And then put all the machines together, and it makes horrible thundering noises and flashing lights and all that. “
She revealed the heartwarming tradition when she was a guest on the How To Fail With Elizabeth Day podcast – in an episode last year to mark what would have been Diana’s 59th birthday.
Describing her adorable godson, she said he was “amazing” – adding that her dear friend Diana would have loved him too.
Prince George was recently seen in public making an appearance at the Euros with his parents.
The sight of the young prince wildly celebrating England’s goal in the Euro 2020 final thrilled football fans across the country.
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And the way he cheered with his father Prince William, hugged his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, and was then consoled by them after the heartbreaking penalty shootout defeat in England shows they are a family full of love and affection, according to an expert parent.
He was seen going through an emotional roller coaster during the tense match at Wembley.
And Georgina Durrant, author of 100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play, said the way Prince George was often seen reflecting his parents’ behavior shows how he views them as his role models.
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Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge was born in the private Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington at 4:24 p.m. on July 22, 2013, weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces.
He made his public debut to media around the world on the hospital steps a day later, wrapped in a white merino wool shawl, cradled in the arms of his proud parents.
Great-grandchild of the queen, he will be the 43rd monarch since William the Conqueror obtained the crown of England if, as expected, he follows the reigns of his grandfather, the Prince of Wales, then of his father. , Guillaume.