Little Royal Continues Family Tradition of Flying — Prince George Photos

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Prince George threw a tiny fit during his first official public engagement.

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We do not know what caused Prince George's meltdown. He left in 2013 and is now Patron of the Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and Honorary Air Commandant of Royal Air Force Coningsby.

After a few tears, Princess Kate popped a pair of headphones on him and he seemed to relax.

Over 800 cadets marched past the chief of the air staff who took the salute in the ceremony just prior to the royals' arrival, while Ms Vorderman joined senior officers for the celebrations. The Duchess and Prince sat in the back and the Duke sat in the front. His passion and knowledge of the technical terms is something we're sure he learned from his father, Prince William, who is an air ambulance pilot himself.

She said: "It's been great fun meeting new people, especially the cadets from the International Air Cadet Exchange".

"I think I'll put in an order". "The recruitment of girls to the Air Cadets had gone up rapidly over the past six years". "It was a lovely family moment", the flight lieutenant dished.

It looks as if Prince George has a very early start on his love for planes and helicopters.

"Prince William was saying to George, "This is Carol, she flies an aeroplane as well". George is obviously keen on aircraft apart from the noise".

Ahead of the day out, an official statement from Kensington Palace revealed that the Prince was looking forward to the trip, stating 'The Air Tattoo is a fantastic family-orientated event.

And chuffed George was treated to a blue Air Cadets sticker as a special treat.

Proud parents Kate Middleton and Prince William were accompanied by their 2-year-old son Prince George yesterday when they made an appearance at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucester.

He was later shown a Squirrel helicopter, which is the same aircraft his father trained in while based at RAF Shawbury in 2009.

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