Prince George visits petting zoo

Britain's Prince George enjoyed a low-key visit to a petting zoo with his grandmother Carole Middleton this week.

Prince George visits petting zoo

Britain's Prince George enjoyed a visit to a petting zoo with his grandmother this week.

The 23-month-old prince was taken by Carole Middleton - whose daughter is his mother Duchess Catherine - to Bucklebury Farm Park, close to her Berkshire home, and she ensured he didn't miss a thing as she carried him on her shoulders, above the crowds.

George was casually dressed in an aqua jumper, white shirt, shorts and converse shoes, while his grandmother donned a fern green jumper and white skirt for the low-key visit to the facility, a favourite with the young prince.

George has had a busy few weeks, as two weeks ago he was the centre of attention at the Trooping the Colour ceremony when he joined his family, including father Prince William, grandfather Prince Charles and great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, on the Buckingham Palace balcony to wave at the crowds.

He also enjoyed a day out at the Gloucestershire Festival of Polo with his mother.

The casually-dressed duchess - who gave birth to daughter Princess Charlotte eight weeks ago - was seen chasing after the prince as he climbed a grass mound and played with other children.

George later sat on his mother's lap as she sank to the ground to watch William and Harry play in a charity game.

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