The six-month-old Prince posed for a set of three new photos taken by his father the Dragon King (King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck). The pictures were then used and released on Wednesday by the society, culture website Yellow Bhutan as part of their monthly calendar.
Attached to the photos posted on Facebook, a message read: “Our September calendar is a treat, featuring these adorable images of His Royal Highness The Gyalsey, as photographed by His Majesty The King.”
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It continued, “It is a joy to see our little Prince growing up so quickly, and touching to see him already begin to carry out Royal Duties.”
Photo: King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck of Bhutan
For his photo session, Jigme wore a traditional Bhutanese robe and dark-colored booties. The Dragon Prince, whose cherub cheeks rival those of Prince George's, flashed a toothless grin for the camera in one photo, while opting for more serious expressions in the other two.
Earlier this month, the royal tot’s parents, who are considered to be the “[Prince] William and Kate [Middleton] of the Himalayas” starred in a photo with their baby boy, whom they welcomed in February. Queen Jetsun Pema captioned the family portrait posted to Instagram: "It is an exceptional joy to see our beloved Gyalsey grow up so quickly."