The youngsters are both seriously talentedPhoto: Getty Images

Prince George’s surprising connection with Princess Beatrice’s stepson

It’s obvious Prince George takes after his artistic mother Princess Catherine with his impressive watercolour painting of a reindeer, which was unveiled on Christmas Day. But did you know that the family has a second young person who is just as talented?

Christopher Woolf, also known as Wolfie, is the stepson of Princess Beatrice. He is such a talented artist that his mother, Dara Huang, has dubbed him “baby Picasso.” Property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and his ex-architect Dara are co-parents of Wolfie. It’s not surprising to see Wolfie pursuing a similar creative passion given his artistic parents.


Wolfie’s parents are architect Dara Huang and property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
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Princess Eugenie, Wolfie’s step-aunt, is a director at the Hauser & Wirth gallery and shares Wolfie’s passion for art.

Frequently sharing glimpses into her son’s developing talents, Dara recently enquired of her Instagram audience whether they would be interested in buying Wolfie’s artwork to benefit charity.

A video of the child’s impressive work was previously shared by the author, who said of it: “Some moms messaged me for some kids’ art tips after seeing Wolfie’s paintings and so happy to see kids’ results from the world.”

His abilities astounded her followers, with one writing: “Wolf possesses artistic ability! A different person wrote: “He will grow up to do great things and makes you proud! He is sooo adorable!””


Prince George is a budding artist too
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Fans were astounded by Prince George’s reindeer painting earlier this week. On Christmas Day, the photo was shared with the caption, “Happy Christmas! [paint emoji] by George.”

The young royal’s abilities seriously impressed royal supporters, who immediately poured praise into the comments section.

“George is very talented! My young daughter enjoys art and is very taken with the festive reindeer. Well done! I’m wishing you all a very happy holiday season!” one follower wrote, and: “Wow. He is very talented in the arts! Beautiful work, in the hands and eyes of an artist!” added a second.

Wolfie made a surprise Sandringham debut at the royal family’s annual Christmas Day walkabout where he rubbed shoulders with George, despite the fact that the two kids had never been seen together before. We wonder if they spoke about their common interests.


Wolfie made his Sandringham debut on Christmas Day
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Princess Beatrice, who looked stylish in a forest green belted coat and matching fascinator, held out her hand as Wolfie reached for hers as the family left the church following the service.

Additionally, Edoardo, who has a 1-year-old daughter named Sienna with Beatrice, was spotted gazing lovingly down at his son.

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