Royal fans all saying the same thing about Prince George and Princess Charlotte after new picture emerges

Kate Middleton shared a unique Father’s Day message on Sunday, delighting royal fans with an image of Prince William with his three children.

The photograph, taken during Trooping the Colour in June 2019, shows William dressed in his Irish Guards ceremonial uniform while holding Prince Louis, who made his balcony debut that year, and with Prince George and Princess Charlotte on either side of him.

Charlotte, six, is pictured posing alongside her father, who has his hand on her shoulder. George, who turns eight months old next month, can be seen adorably clutching William’s leg.

Fans went wild for the new image, with many pleading for it to be released officially.

“Kindly release the photograph of Prince William and the children… “It’s so sweet,” one person commented, while another added, “That new picture on the bottom left is absolutely stunning!!! We require it at headquarters.”

“Happy Father’s Day, please release the new image from TTC 2019, it’s so adorable,” another added.

Others couldn’t stop themselves from remarking on George’s adorable pose.

“George is the cutest in this new photo; the way he hugs his father is beautiful,” one watcher observed.

“I adore how George has wrapped his arms around William’s leg!” wrote another.

Following the post’s publication on Father’s Day morning, William surprised onlookers as he left Sandringham with his two eldest children.

On Sunday, the trio was photographed cheering on a local sporting event. The Daily Mail obtained photographs of Prince William running alongside George and Charlotte during a Father’s Day half marathon on the Sandringham Estate.

As they gathered around a microphone to count down to the race’s start, the royals appeared to be having a great time together.

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