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Prince George and the Royal Cheeks You Want to Pinch

Prince George and the Royal Cheeks You Want to Pinch

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It’s been a while since future king Prince George graced the world with his beyond adorable presence–and the wait was worth it.

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Back in October 2013, the son of Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was christened in a traditional gown made of lace and satin, designed to look like a replica of one worn by Queen Victoria’s daughter in 1841. These days, baby George is much more comfortable in itty-bitty shorts as he and his family head down under.

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And as expected, George and his cuteness will win you over.

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When the trio arrived in New Zealand April 7, the world was instantly won over. For starters, we discovered the 8-month-old inherited his mother’s eye color. However, he looks exactly like his dad's family, partly bald and all.

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“George, who has not attended an official event since his christening in October, has inherited the Duke of Cambridge’s hair colour, chubby, cheeks and round face, but while the Duke has blue eyes his son has brown eyes like the Duchess of Cambridge,” reports the Telegraph.

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And let’s talk about those cheeks. Sure, his famous mother upstaged him with a red hot outfit, making the most of her lean legs. But all we can think about are those chubby, perfectly round cheeks we just want to pinch for days.

Check out Prince George and all of his aww-inducing glory for yourself below:

Arriving in New Zealand
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Kate's Skirt Goes Flying (Again)
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Showing Off Bare, Super Cute Legs
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Swoon
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Not Looking Impressed
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Thinking Intently
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Seriously, Look at Those Legs
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Mom Waves
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Still Not Looking Impressed
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Dad and Baby Share the Same Hair
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Teething
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Adorable
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