Prince George Wears Knee Socks In Portrait With Princess Charlotte & The Look Is Too Cute To Handle

Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R), carries his son Prince George of Cambridge as they return to the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in central London, on May 2, 2015 where his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to their second child, a baby girl, earlier in the day. The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter weighing 8lbs 3oz, Kensington Palace announced. The newly-born Princess of Cambridge is fourth in line to the British throne. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
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The most adorable photos of the royal siblings were just released, and I can already tell that Prince George is going to be such a great big brother. Prince George posed with Princess Charlotte for her first official portraits, and he wore the most absolute, cutest little outfit.

He’s wearing a collared shirt with blue piping that matches his blue shorts and his blue socks, which are the best part of the whole look, IMO. Seriously, you guys, the socks are so freaking cute, it's too precious for words.

Lucky for us, this isn’t the even first time that Prince George has totally owned the knee sock look. Which, of course, means you get to see more photos of him in high socks, and it just doesn’t get better than that. The first time the Prince was seen rocking knee highs was around the holidays, because nothing is more jolly than that baby with his socks pulled way up. He then sported the look a second time on the day that his little sister was born. 

The socks are always coordinated to go with his outfit. What can I say — the boy knows how to accessorize. Do I sense a signature look brewing?

Here’s to hoping that this becomes Prince George’s go-to style! Take a look at all of the times the prince has rocked knee socks:

With His Sister:

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During The Holidays:

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At The Hospital:

Keep the high socks coming, your highness (pun definitely intended).

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