Prince George was the center of attention during his first official overseas engagement, playing with a handful of children at the Government House in Wellington, New Zealand on Wednesday.
Accompanied by parents William and Kate, George looked adorable in $129 dungaree shorts (decorated with a ship) by designer Rachel Riley, while the Duchess looked beautiful in a figure-flattering black and white Tory Burch dress.
The young Prince had a ball playing with a treasure trove of toys, including building blocks and a xylophone, while surrounded by 10 other babies, all born around the 8-month-old's July birth date.
Kate kept a protective eye over her son, watching him crawl and holding his hands to help him stand for the excited parents, chosen to meet the couple by the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, a non-profit family health organization.
While Kate interacted with her son, joining him down on the carpet at one point, William mostly worked the room, at one point commenting, "It's madness, there are babies everywhere!"
The 10 lucky families came from a variety of cultures and backgrounds, including a gay couple, a single mother, and a father whose daughter will be the fourth generation in the family to meet a royal. All were first-time parents, just like William and Kate.
The Prince's playdate was a larger affair than Prince Charles and Diana's visit to Auckland's Government House back in 1983, nearly 31 years ago, where a then-10-month-old William was content playing by himself on the home's picturesque lawn.
Watch a clip from the playdate below!
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