A candid picture of Prince George the oldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought attention to an ability few people knew the young royal had, and people are already saying he must have got it from his mother.
On June 10 Kate Middleton and her two older children, 4-year-old Prince George and 3-year-old had a rare opportunity to spend time as a regular family while they watched a royal polo match, according to Closer Weekly.
But it was a small detail about Prince George what caught the attention of the keenest royal watchers. They were impressed by the drawing George made during the fun family outing.
One of the newly released photos from the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy, where Prince William was a stellar player as he is known to be, shows Prince George holding onto one of his own drawings.
Taking a closer look at it there is no doubt that George has a special talent for the art considering his young age, and it is logical to link it to his mother’s art background.
Middleton has an art history degree and has cultivated an interest in photography. Recently, she also showed her skills for drawing when she illustrated the cover page of the Order of Service for her sister Pippa’s wedding last year.
George’s vivid and colorful drawing features an exploding volcano with a stream of lava coming down from it surrounded by some trees and under a big radiant sun. His drawing shows not only skill but also a very rich imagination.
Apart from coloring, Prince George, who is about to turn 5 in July, played around with his sister and cousins Isla and Savannah Phillips. The little ones seemed to be having a fun day.
As third in line of succession to the throne of England, Prince George has a serious chance to become King, but before that happens, his parents want to make sure he has a normal childhood. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa