Earlier this week, Clarence House released never-before-seen portraits of the royal family to mark Prince Charles‘ 70th birthday.
Now, royal fans have been treated to another two photographs from the shoot and Prince Louis certainly steals the spotlight.
Following in his older brother Prince George‘s footsteps, the six-month-old tot can be seen cheekily playing with his grandfather’s face in the snap while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex lovingly look on.
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In a surprising turn of events, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are unfazed by their little brother’s behaviour and instead pose accordingly for the photograph – which was released this morning by the The Sunday Times.
If that isn’t enough to tug at the heartstrings, another portrait depicts Prince Charles embracing his youngest grandchild with a huge hug.
The images taken in the grounds of Clarence House were released to commemorate the heir to the throne’s birthday and were shot by royal photographer Chris Jackson.
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Happy Birthday to the Prince of Wales! 70 tomorrow! I’ve travelled all over the world photographing the Prince of Wales for the last 15 years from Durbars in Nigeria to the Galápagos Islands, Pakistan, Japan and many more as well as well as covering numerous domestic Royal Engagements so I was delighted to have been asked to take these official portraits of The Prince surrounded by his family to celebrate the important milestone of his 70th Birthday. It was particularly special to capture such an informal and relaxed family portrait over a fun afternoon in the gardens of Clarence House! #princecharles70 #princeofwales @clarencehouse @gettyimages
For the group portrait, the Duchess of Cambridge wore this year’s most coveted polka dot dress by London-based designer Alessandra Rich – an ensemble which has also been worn by Suits actress Abigail Spencer and Pippa Middleton.
The dress has since sold out although a similar look is currently available for £1,715 over on the Matches Fashion website.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex stuck to her sartorial guns in a monochrome shift dress by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.
The nation has celebrated Prince Charles’ birthday with a number of events this week from the ITV’s star-studded We Are Most Amused and Amazed to a private Buckingham Palace dinner hosted by the Queen.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.