Flashing a winning smile as he walks unaided for the first time, Prince George is bound to delight royal fans with his fun first ever photoshoot.
The toddler looks adorable in the snap, once again sporting his favourite item of clothing – dungarees.
Prince George wore dungarees for his first solo portrait
This time, the son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, wears a baby blue striped pair from French children's clothing label Petit Bateau.
Priced at £27.65 on the brand's website, the dungarees had already sold out when the picture of Prince George was released on Saturday evening.
They are, however, available in the red version for the slightly higher price of £31.60.
Despite only being one year old, George is already quite the little trendsetter, with the tot's cute ensembles selling out within minutes of his appearances.
The dungarees are from French children's clothing label Petit Bateau
The sailboat smock dungarees that the youngster wore for a playdate in New Zealand from London-based retailer Rachel Riley sold out of all sizes within just a few hours.
"Due to an enormous amount of interest, there will be a waiting time of up to 8 weeks for this item," a message on the website reads.
Demand was also high for the Rachel Riley striped polo shirt and navy shorts he wore to visit the zoo.
Prince George is a big fan of dungarees
A sailboat romper by Annafie also sold out, with stock currently appearing in the negative on the website.
The Early Days shoe company in Leicester was so overwhelmed with demand after the Prince was spotted in a pair of its 'prewalkers' that online sales had to be shut down.
According to the store's owner, Paul Bolton, the actual pair of shoes that he wore were sold out within two hours of his appearance.
Prince George was first pictured wearing dungarees during the Royal Tour
"The recent media coverage showing our shoes being worn by Prince George has resulted in unprecedented demand and we have been forced to close our online sales until further notice," read a message on the store's website.
The cuddly kangaroo backpack that George debuted on his arrival in Sydney has also sold out.
The bag was from the Australian Koala Foundation and vendors were soon forced to display a "This product is out of stock or unavailable' message to parents trying to order the item online.