Royals

Prince George's hidden talent has been revealed

He's taking after his clever mum.

By Bella Brennan

He's the future King of England who wants to be a police officer when he grows up.

But before Prince George's exciting next chapter, his parents are making sure they give him the most normal of upbringings as possible.

Over the weekend, we got to see that normal childhood in action as Prince George hit the polo with his little sister Princess Charlotte, mum Duchess Catherine and cousins Isla and Savannah Phillips. The family cheered on Prince William at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.

Fans have delighted at watching George and Charlotte lark about at the event just like regular kids, and now one of Prince George's hidden talents has been revealed.

Taking after his creative mum Kate, who has an arts history degree and is a talented photographer, George was pictured at the event holding onto one of his drawings - and we've got to say the royal has skill!

George's got talent - how impressive is his drawing?
George's got talent - how impressive is his drawing?
The four-year-old clearly has a great imagination.
The four-year-old clearly has a great imagination.

Eagle-eyed fans have noticed photos of George, who turns five in July, holding onto a very vivid drawing which shows a volcano exploding in a lush forest, framed by trees and a big, beaming sun.

While his mum Duchess Catherine most recently showed off her arty chops last May when she drew the stunning image on the order of service for her little sister Pippa Middleton's wedding to billionaire James Matthews.

Duchess Catherine drew the image of the church for sister Pippa Middleton's order of service for her wedding last year.
Duchess Catherine drew the image of the church for sister Pippa Middleton's order of service for her wedding last year.

George's artistic flair is no doubt being fostered at his school, Thomas's Battersea in London.

The prestigious school, which was dubbed the "cream of the Battersea crop" by the Tatler School Guide, teaches students a diverse range of theoretical and practical subjects ranging from art, ballet, drama, music and technology.

The little Prince held onto a sketch of a volcano during his day at the polo.
The little Prince held onto a sketch of a volcano during his day at the polo.

With language a key part of the curriculum, George will be learning French before he later moves onto Mandarin. In years four and five, he'll also have the option to learn Spanish.

Speaking about raising his son, Prince William told GQ he wants George to have the most normal life possible.

"I want George to grow up in a real, living environment, I don't want him growing up behind palace walls, he has to be out there. The media make it harder but I will fight for them to have a normal life."

A close-up shot of George's picture.
A close-up shot of George's picture.