They're just months away from their grand tour of Australia and New Zealand. And it seems the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided they simply can't leave their little bundle of joy, Prince George, behind.
According to reports, an Australian official has confirmed baby George will be joining his parents on their official visit to the country later this year.
Online site EntertainmentWise reports that Australia's incoming governor-general Peter Gosgrove ventured to Buckingham Palace earlier this week to help plan the tour. He then spoke to a few reporters about the trip Down Under.
According to The New Zealand Herald he said: "They'll bring with them Prince George, the little one.
"They'll be in Sydney and then in Canberra after their sojourn in New Zealand. I hope he's coming," he said.
But the Royal's haven't actually confirmed Prince George's attendance and said they wouldn't be commenting on Australian reports. Whoops, looks like someone may have let the cat out the bag a little earlier than planned.
Realising his comments may have been a bit of a spoiler for future announcements, Gosgrove then tried to take back his comments by claiming that every Aussie likes the idea of royal couples brining their children with them.
If this isn't a PERFECT opportunity to look at more snaps of Duchess Kate, we don't know what is!