Prince George plants trees as Highgrove House

Prince George has been helping his grandfather Prince Charles to plant trees in Highgrove House.

Prince George plants trees as Highgrove House

Britain's Prince George has been helping to plant trees at Highgrove House.

The 23-month-old royal has reportedly been getting his hands dirty while staying at the country residence of his grandfather, the Prince of Wales.

Prince George helped Prince Charles plant two new trees on the grounds of his estate in Gloucestershire, according to HELLO! magazine.

This comes shortly after Prince George attended Trooping the Colour for the first time.

The prince waved to the crowds as he joined his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - who gave birth to daughter Princess Charlotte seven weeks ago - grandfather Prince Charles, great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth and other family members on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the annual parade, which marks the monarch's official birthday.

He wore a blue shirt featuring white frills and matching shorts that was strikingly similar to the one worn by both William and Harry in their first balcony appearances, in 1984 and 1985 respectively.

What's more, he was seen excitedly pointing at planes as they approached the palace during the flypast, which attracted a sizeable crowd in central London.

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