Like father, like son!
According to a new report, Prince George was extremely delighted when he recently climbed aboard a Shetland Pony for his first-ever horse ride in Norfolk, England — and royal sources even revealed he has taken to riding like a duck on water!
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The two-year-old's passion for ponies comes from his father, Prince William, who has been riding since age four. William, 33 — who is now an expert polo player — received a Shetland Pony named Smokey from his late mother, Princess Diana, and father, Prince Charles, as a child.
Prince William in 1986. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Although George shouldn't expect Santa to deliver a horse of his own this Christmas due to his mother, Kate Middleton's allergies, his parents were both still there to support him on his first ride.
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"William and Kate were keen to get George on a horse once he was walking confidently," an insider told the Daily Mail. "George loved his first ride — he was led around a paddock on a rein and shrieked with delight. William and Kate were both there to watch."
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