Prince George photographed walking

Duchess of Cambridge & Prince George

Prince George has been photographed walking with the help of his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

His tentative steps were captured on Sunday as princes William and Harry lined up on opposing sides in the Jerudong Trophy at Cirencester Park Polo Club.

It is believed to be the first time the baby prince has been seen taking to two feet in public.

George - who is third in line to the throne - will turn one next month.

He was also seen playing football on the sidelines of the charity polo match.

It was an "impromptu family day out", Clarence House said.

The Duchess of Cambridge holding Prince George's hand as he walks George looked content as he concentrated on his first few public steps at a polo match on Sunday
Prince George crying It wasn't all smiles for the prince, though
Duchess of Cambridge & Prince George The prince looked determined to escape his mother's grasp at times
Prince George scratches Duchess of Cambridge's knee Prince George played with his mother's jeans while she watched the polo
Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge playing polo On the polo pitch, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry were on opposing teams

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