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Prince George joined his father, grandfather and great-grandmother in what it’s thought to be the first time he’s been pictured in royal duty.
- The young prince joined three other generations of royals to make Christmas puddings for The Royal British Legion.
- It’s thought this is a huge milestone for little George, as it seems to be the first time he’s been pictured on official duty.
- This follows royal news that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan revealed where they’re spending their Christmas break.
Prince George is growing up fast, and it seems like he’s now old enough to join his father, Prince William, and other members of the royal family in official events.
In what it’s thought to be his very first, the young royal showed off his cooking skills as he helped prepared Christmas puddings that will be distributed by the The Royal British Legion across the UK and the Commonwealth.
In the snaps, Prince George looks relaxed as he works on the pudding, alongside his great-grandmother the Queen, grandfather Prince Charles and dad Prince William.
Alongside the pictures, Kensington Palace wrote, ‘The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George prepared special Christmas puddings which will form part of 99 puddings distributed by @PoppyLegion across the UK and the Commonwealth, as the charity marks its 99th year in 2020.
‘The Royal British Legion’s ‘Together at Christmas’ initiative is designed to provide extra support to the Armed Forces and veteran communities at annual festive get togethers across the charity’s network of outreach centres.’
The Royal Family official Twitter page also wrote, ‘The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George, joined forces to prepare special Royal British Legion Christmas puddings at Buckingham Palace this week.
‘Four generations of The Royal Family have come together to support The Royal British Legion’s “Together at Christmas” initiative.’
The lovely snaps come amid speculation that he will join his family, alongside his sister Princess Charlotte, for church for the first time this year.