Royal delight as charming unseen photo of George, Charlotte and Louis released

The British Army shared a new photo of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in celebration of George's 6th birthday. Source: Twitter/ The Army in London

Prince William and Catherine’s adorable children have stolen the hearts of those around the globe once again as a new snap of the three kids is released to the public in celebration of young George’s birthday.

The eldest child of the royal couple turned six this week with his parents posting a series of snaps – taken by his mother – via social media, and now fans have been treated to another never-before-seen image thanks to the British Army.

The Army in London took to Twitter with a special message for George alongside an unseen photo of the prince posing for a snap with his younger siblings.

In the sweet image, George can be seen standing beside sister Princess Charlotte, dad Prince William, who holds little Prince Louis, as well as two soldiers and the Irish Guard’s Wolfhound mascot Domhnall.

“The Army in London, including @irish_guards Wolfhound mascot Domhnall, is wishing HRH Prince George a very happy 6th birthday today,” the post read. “Our soldiers are always on duty, ready to serve!”

The photo was taken at the recent King Power Royal Charity Polo Day earlier this month where the family, along with the Duchess of Sussex and her young son Archie, watched Prince Harry and William participate in the sporting event.

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Royal fans were quick to comment on the latest snap with many joking about the different looks on the children’s faces as they waited patiently for the photo to be taken.

“Loving the three seperate reactions,” one person wrote on Twitter. “George behaves by looking at the camera, Louis pouts as if to say ‘get that damn camera out of my face’ and Charlotte doesn’t care because there’s a dog.”

Another added: “See Princess Charlotte cannot resist Domhnall and his good looks. Lovely photograph.”

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While a third added: “Louis’ facial expression is too funny. He’s not feeling this photo.”

The release of the latest photo comes after the royal family shared three beautiful images of George in celebration of his birthday via their official Instagram page.

The snaps show the young prince laughing and smiling at the camera in an England football shirt, proving he’s taking after his father Prince William’s love of the sport. Meanwhile, another features him smiling on a recent family holiday.

Read more: Palace releases Kate’s gorgeous birthday photos of Prince George as he turns 6

Wearing a green polo shirt and striped shorts, George stares straight at the camera and smiles as he soaks up some sun in front of his proud mum on the holiday.

Sharing a message for his birthday on Monday, his parents said via a post on Instagram: “Happy Birthday Prince George! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share new photographs of Prince George to mark His Royal Highness’s sixth birthday.

“This photograph was taken on holiday with the family by The Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you everyone for all your lovely messages!”

Meanwhile more photos show the young prince laughing as he lies back on a grassy lawn at Kensington Palace, wearing his white football shirt and revealing an adorable gap in his bottom teeth.

Read more: Prince George delights royal fans as he is heard speaking for the first time

Another snap, taken on the same day, then shows him stood up and smiling happily into the lens.

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