Prince George is keeping up with Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal tour to the Caribbean in an adorable way.
The Cambridges embarked on their first tour since the pandemic last week, visiting Belize and Jamaican before moving on to The Bahamas.
The trip hasn't exactly gone smoothly for the royals with anti-monarchy protests over the Royal Family's colonial past, and Belize and Jamaica announcing their intentions to become republics.
In a speech today William said: "With Jamaica celebrating 60 years of independence this year, and Belize celebrating 40 years of independence last year, I want to say this: We support with pride and respect your decisions about your future."
However, despite the political turmoil the Cambridge children have been keen to keep up to date with their parents' movements.
At a reception on Monday William opened up about the adorable manner in which they are managing to do just that.
He explained that George has been placing pins onto a world map, marking out each of the destinations his parents have visited, and then updating his younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
He said: "We let them know where we are and he finds us on the map and puts a pin in it and shares with the others."
However, George won't be waiting much longer to see his parents, who are currently completing their final stop on the Caribbean tour.
William and Kate arrived at Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau on Thursday.
Stepping off the plane, mum-of-three Kate wore a turquoise long-sleeved Emilia Wickstead dress with stunning collar detailing, paired with nude court shoes and her brunette locks swept up into a high ponytail.
Kate took inspiration from the flag of The Bahamas while William looked smart in a navy suit with a crisp white shirt and matching blue tie.
The pair took to Twitter to write: "The Bahamas, excited to be here for the latest leg of our Caribbean tour."
The couple then met with the country's Prime Minister Philip Davis and his wife Ann-Marie Davis.
Kate and William then headed back out this morning, and visited Sybil Strachan Primary School in Nassau where they dropped in on a class to meet students and staff before joining morning assembly.
The royal pair got caught up in a torrential downpour as they made their way to the school, and jokingly apologised for “bringing England’s rain with us”.
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