ROYAL fans have been left gobsmacked over Prince George’s amazing hidden talent.
His parents, Prince William and Princess Kate, shared an image of a piece of artwork by their son to social media, leaving viewers in awe.
The young Prince is being praised for his sweet illustration of a stag in the snow
Prince George joined his family on a Christmas day walk
He was spotted with his mum and dad, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and siblings
The nine-year-old’s work appears to have taken inspiration from illustrator Hannah Dale’s ‘festive friends‘ stag Christmas cards.
His rendition of the reindeer and adorable little birds has everyone agreeing he’s very talented.
Twitter was flooded with positivity, with people praising his work as “vert cute”, “beautiful” and “very well done”.
One woman said: “That’s fantastic… I would be your first customer if it was made into a Charity Christmas card.”
Another comment read: “Oh my! Prince George is very talented!”
Someone else said: “Thank you for sharing you son’s painting and encouraging his talents. The arts make the world a more beautiful world to live in.”
A fourth person said: “Wow. That’s some impressive artistry from a child that age.”
Earlier today, young George joined his parents, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on a Royal Family Christmas walk.
The Royal family waved to crowds as they made their way to their public church service, as part of their traditional morning festivities.
The group walked along a path lined with fans as they made their way to St Mary Magdalene Church.
King Charles waved to crowds with a massive grin as he walked with Queen Consort Camilla at his side.
Mike and Zara Tindall were seen wandering hand-in-hand with daughter Lena who wore a smile ear to ear with her crimson dress.
Their outing comes as King Charles shared an emotional tribute to his “beloved mother” the Queen in his first Christmas speech.
The Monarch, 74, announced that as he was broadcasting his festive message, he was not far from where his dear mother, and much-loved father, had been laid to rest.
The King’s speech also acknowledged now is a “time of great hardship” for Brits amid the cost-of-living crisis.
The last 69 speeches had been made by the late Queen, and this was a historic moment for Charles.
In the broadcast, which hit screens and radios at 3pm today, the King acknowledged how special a moment this was for him.
He said: “I am standing here in this exquisite Chapel of St. George at Windsor Castle, so close to where my beloved mother, the late Queen, is laid to rest with my dear father.
“I am reminded of the deeply touching letters, cards and messages which so many of you have sent my wife and myself and I cannot thank you enough for the love and sympathy you have shown our whole family.”