Prince George Wears Trotters’ Canvas Shoes For Military Air Show

Prince George Air Show
The young royal made a rare public appearance at a royal air show.
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On a day when grim news dominated the headlines, a few new photographs of Prince George were a much-needed mood lifter.

The royal toddler — and future king — wore Trotters’ Hampton Nantucket canvas T-strap style to the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire, England. The style was still in stock on Trotters’ website as of late Friday morning.

It was a rare public appearance for George, who accompanied his parents Kate Middleton and Prince William to the event. (Middleton wore a pair of nude L.K. Bennett pumps.)

Kate Middleton L.K. Bennett Heels RAF July 2016: Kate Middleton wore L.K. Bennett heels at a royal air show with Prince George. REX Shutterstock.

While George had a brief meltdown upon his arrival at the show, he recovered quickly and enjoyed sitting in a helicopter and examining the different parts of the aircraft.

Prince George Trotters Shoes A closeup of the royal toddler’s shoes. Courtesy of Trotters

Trotters has certainly become one of George and Kate’s favorite brands. In April, the young royal stayed up past his bedtime to meet President Obama and Michelle Obama, wearing a white robe customized with his name and a pair of light blue and white gingham pajamas. He capped off that look with velvet slippers by London brand Trotters. The slippers are embroidered with an image of a plane.

Prince George Meets Obamas Prince George wore a robe, pajamas and slippers to meet President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. Instagram/Kensington Palace.
The Royal Family Stamps Prince George wore Start-rite shoes for this portrait that will appear on stamps being released in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday. Courtesy Image.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Getty Images.
Prince George Prince George in New Zealand wearing Early Days’ baby shoes in navy leather. Getty Images.