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Prince George And Parents In Mother's Day Photo
Nearly three years after their balcony kiss on the day of the Royal wedding, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have posed by a window for another photograph - this time with their son George in tow.
Celebrating her first Mother's Day as a mum herself, Kate held the young prince, now eight months old, as proud father Prince William sat beside her.
The couple's pet dog Lupo completed the family photo, which was taken at Kensington Palace.
It has been five months since the last official portraits†of the prince and his parents, taken at Clarence House on the day of his christening by the same photographer.
Then, a three-month-old George sat on his mother's knee, arms aloft, performing for the cameras.
Another historic photograph showed the Queen and her three male heirs.
The latest picture, in which George wears a personalised sweater, was released ahead of the Duke and Duchess' tour of Australia and New Zealand, which begins next month.
Their son is joining them for the trip, during which he will attend his first official public engagement.
William was a similar age when he went to Australia with his parents, Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1983.