Prince George Helps Make Christmas Pudding with the Queen, Prince Charles & Prince William in Adorable Photos
Prince George showed another side to his personality as photos shared by Kensington Palace on Instagram show him engaged in a baking session.
Queen Elizabeth and her family showed that there was more to them than the royalty attached their names during their recent Christmas appearance in Buckingham Palace.
While the Queen always causes a rave with her presence, it was her adorable great-grandson, Prince George, that tole the spotlight.
"Kate will be getting her older kids play cooking sets alongside their Christmas presents, “because they love making a mess in the kitchen.”
According to PEOPLE, Prince George displayed his extraordinary cooking skills as he joined the Queen, Prince Charles, and his father, Prince William at Buckingham Palace.
The group appeared to have had a good time churning out four Christmas puddings and the evidence of the event was uploaded to Instagram.
The pictures shared showed the Queen as she looked eagerly at her great-grandson as he skillfully handled bowl that contained the pudding.
This move was made as part of the Palace's Together at Christmas initiative to provide extra support to the Armed Forces community around the holidays.
As expected, fans flocked into the post's comment section to not only praise the royal family for their kindness but to also wish them the best of the season.
As it turned out, the Queen isn't the only excited royal when it comes to holidays as Us Magazine reported that Duchess Kate was "crazy about Christmas."
In fact, a source close to her stated:
"For Kate, the holidays are all about family and giving back. The way Kate sees it, it's particularly important for all the royals to reunite and have fun this Christmas, especially after such a turbulent few months."
As a way to show her cheer, the duchess offered to help the Queen prepare for the celebrations that come with the season.
The source also noted that Kate will be getting her older kids play cooking sets alongside their Christmas presents, “because they love making a mess in the kitchen.”
Regardless of the fun surrounding the holidays, the duchess and the rest of the royal family would attend the festivities that occur at the Palace.
However, the Queen's great-grandkids would help Her Majesty finish decorating the tree at Sandringham estate on Christmas.
The family will also be available to make their public walk to the holiday services at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, per a PEOPLE report.
According to the site, this would be the first time Kate's children – 6-year-old Prince George and 4-year-old Princess Charlotte – would join the royals at church on Christmas.
However, it won't be the first time that the royal cuties would be seen in public during the holidays as they were caught on camera attending a church service near Kate's childhood home in Bucklebury, back in 2016.
Nevertheless, observers cannot wait to see how that will pan out for the royals.