Prince George showed some reluctance stepping out from the warmth of a private charter plane into the cold, rainy reality of Warsaw, Poland.
The prince, who will celebrate his fourth birthday this coming Saturday, needed some persuasion from his father, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, as the Royals landed in Warsaw for the start of their five-day visit to Poland and Germany.
Upon seeing the rain outside and the group of dignitaries gathered at the bottom of the stairs, George paused at the exit door, before seemingly trying to return inside the aircraft, perhaps to enjoy some more in-flight entertainment or free peanuts. In fairness, he was wearing shorts, not ideal clothing for the gloomy Polish weather.
After some light coaxing, the Duke finally got his little boy to come down the stairs, followed by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, who carried Princess Charlotte, 2, in her arms.
The family is in Europe on a charm mission amid the UK’s ongoing Brexit negotiations. While in Poland, William and Kate will be visiting the Warsaw Rising Museum, the Stutthof concentration camp, and Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre.