Prince George is SO CUTE in his very own official stamp!
Just look at this brand new image of the third-in-line to the throne beaming for the camera as he poses with dad Prince WIlliam, great-grandmother The Queen and grandfather Prince Charles in a brand new photo to celebrate The Queen's 90th birthday.
Each of the faces in the photo will also be placed on an official stamp, marking the first time little George, two, has been given that honour.
The image was released by Royal Mail and Kensington Palace to mark The Queen's 90th birthday on Thursday, 21 April.
Photographer Ranald Mackechnie told The Telegraph that the young prince was "absolutely charming", adding: "You only have a short window of opportunity with small children, but Prince George was on good form and everyone seemed to enjoy seeing him enjoy the day. He was fascinated by my lights and all the kit, and he was quite happy standing on the blocks. I took maybe 80 or 100 shots, but when I saw this one I knew straight away that was it."
Mr Mackechnie took the photo at Buckingham Palace last summer but signed a confidentiality agreement that meant he couldn't tell anyone - including his wife! - what he'd been doing until the official release today.
George, whose mum is Kate Middleton, turns three in July, while his sister Princess Charlotte celebrates her first birthday in May.
Kate and William have been clear about wanting their children to grow up as far away from the limelight as possible. They have been raising the kids at their private Anmer Hall in Norfolk, away from the bright lights of London, where they have Kensington Palace. Prince George attends a local nursery in Norfolk.
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