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Prince William, Kate and Prince George spend day at SAS Anniversary event

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After making his first official UK engagement at the Royal International Air Tattoo just last week, little Prince George has gone to work with mum and dad once again – this time to attend the Special Air Service 75th Anniversary.

The third-in-line to the throne, who will be turning three next week, visited Credenhill with Prince William and Kate to help unveil a status at the SAS Base before meeting serving and retired members of the regiment. The family spoke to veterans and enjoyed a Red Arrow display and a Spitfire flypast.


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Photos were not permitted at the event

Although photographs were not permitted at the event, insider sources revealed that Prince George played with a group of children while Kate chatted to the crowd. An attendee of the event wrote on Facebook: "My children played with George. He's so handsome and Kate is stunning - something to tell the children.

"She's a fantastic down to earth mummy, she plays with him she's very hands on."

An SAS source revealed: "It was a fantastic occasion. Soldiers were not allowed to take photographs of the Royal party or the statue, which was of two troopers and an Army working dog."

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Prince George attended the Royal International Air Tattoo last week

This is the little Prince's second UK engagement after taking a trip to Gloucestershire to attend the Royal International Air Tattoo last Friday. The two-year-old Prince looked simply adorable in a white polo shirt and blue shorts with matching pumps and protective head defenders during his trip, but was a little overwhelmed by the crowds and began to cry before being comforted by Kate.


However, his royal cuteness quickly cheered up when he had the chance to sit in a cockpit during his trip, asking Kate: "Mummy, can I fly the Red Arrow now?" to which Prince William replied: "Not right now."

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