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Prince George Spotted In Sweet Photo In Grandpa Charles’ Office

On Sunday evening, royal fans got a sweet treat while viewing a new photo of Prince Charles speaking from his private office at Birkhall, Scotland. Among all of the photos that are on display, eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted one throwback photo of his eldest grandchild, Prince George.  

Prince George Spotted In Sweet Photo In Grandpa Charles’ Office
Prince George Spotted In Sweet Photo In Grandpa Charles’ Office

The sweet photo of Prince George was taken at Princess Charlotte christening in 2015. It shows George looking super sweet in Rachel Riley red shorts and a smocked white shirt as he walked holding his dad’s hand. He was actually dressed in the same red and white outfit worn by his dad when he first met his younger brother Prince Harry.

Prince Charles was photographed during an online interview with Classic FM presenter Alan Titchmarsh; for a special two-part programme on A Royal Appointment. The first part was released tonight and the second will be premiered tomorrow.

According to Clarence House: “Tonight’s programme, a discussion between @ClassicFM presenter Alan Titchmarsh and The Prince, will highlight the great importance of classical music and live performance, as well as concerns for them during the heath crisis”. Prince Charles also shares some of his favourite pieces, performed by his musical patronages.

The Prince of Wales recalled the first time he visited the Royal Opera House. He went with his grandmother, the Queen Mother, in 1956, to see the Bolshoi Ballet perform The Fountain of Bakhchisarai.

Charles opened up: “It was all Tatar, dancing and cracking of whips and leaping in the air and doing unbelievably energetic things, which only the Bolshoi can do.

Prince George at Princess Charlotte' christening in 2015
Prince George at Princess Charlotte’ christening in 2015

“I was completely inspired by it… which is why it’s so important I think for grandparents or other relations to take children at about the age of seven, to experience some form of the arts in performance.

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