It wouldn’t be a British sporting event without a young royal’s silly faces stealing the show.
The eldest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton made a surprise appearance at the Wimbledon finals on Sunday, weeks after his little brother, Prince Louis, went viral for his wacky expressions at the Queen’s Jubilee.
The 8-year-old royal joined his parents in the royal box during the men’s finals and was seen pulling funny faces throughout the match.
Dressed in a blue suit, Prince George sat between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they watched defending champion Novak Djokovic take on Nick Kyrgios.
The youngster was photographed picking his nose at one point, before scrunching up his face and squinting.
Meanwhile, Kate, 40, stunned in a black-and-white polka dot dress, which she accessorized with dark shades, silver jewelry and white slingback pumps.
Prince William, 40, looked equally dapper in a brown jacket over a light blue button-down shirt. He completed the look with dark blue pants and sunglasses.
George’s appearance was reminiscent of William’s first Wimbledon outing in 1991, when he attended the women’s finals alongside his late mother, Princess Diana.
The young royal recently witnessed his 4-year-old brother’s wild behavior at Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant last month.
George was seen laughing and covering his eyes with his hands as Louis put his hands in the air and made two peace signs with his fingers.
The eldest child of William and Kate looked at his dad, who also appeared to be amused while Louis goofed off.
While George seemed to get a kick out of Louis’ antics, their sister, Princess Charlotte, took it upon herself to try and get her younger brother to behave properly.
Charlotte, 7, was seen scolding Louis after their mom struggled to get the mini royal to behave.