Prince George joined his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire yesterday.
But despite being royal and famous the world over, George reminded everyone he’s still just like any other two-year-old.
The little prince, who will turn three this month, got a little upset when the royal family arrived at the show, with an onlooker telling Us Weekly that the adorable toddler had to be calmed down by his mum, Kate.
Doting mum Kate swooped George up in her arms and reminded him of all the excitement surrounding him, pointing his attention to the planes and helicopters.
Thankfully the crisis was averted and the trio went on to have a grand old time, with George, who was wearing navy shorts and a white T-shirt, was seen marveling over the gliders — and being shown the Red Arrow Hawk and Royal Air Force Squirrel helicopters.