PRINCE William and Kate Middleton have shared an adorable Christmas painting by their son George.
The proud parents took to social media to share the talented prince‘s work this morning.
Prince George’s Christmas art has been shared by his proud parents
The nine-year-old, pictured with sister Princess Charlotte, has received many compliments online for his work, too
The festive painting shows a reindeer, surrounded by falling snowflakes, with a bird perched on its back and another on its antler.
The Prince and Princess of Wales shared the Christmas art on their official Twitter.
They wrote: “Happy Christmas!”
With a paint emoji and “by George”.
The art was also shared to Instagram, where many complimented the young prince’s work.
One person wrote: “Wow he is so talented. Merry Christmas.”
Another said: “This is wonderful! Happy Christmas.”
To which someone else wrote: “Wow Prince George, you’re going to be an artist like me! Happy Christmas to all the family.”
Another commented: “Merry Christmas George! You’re going to be an artist like me.”
Meanwhile, it was recently reported how William and Kate will have a dramatically different Christmas to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Charles is set to host his first ever Christmas as King this year following the death of the Queen in September.
The Prince and Princess of Wales will join Charles, Queen Camilla and the rest of the Royal Family in Sandringham – but two notable relatives will likely be missing.
King Charles extended an olive branch to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last month – but royal experts suspect it will be snubbed.
Instead, Harry and Meghan are likely to remain in California with their kids Archie, three, and Lilibet, one.