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Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte & Prince George Were Royal Helpers at a Community Event — & the Pictures Are Too Cute To Miss

After a busy coronation weekend for King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Kate Middleton and Prince William’s kids Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, deserved to have a little fun. (After all, they did such a good job at the crowning ceremony!) Because Monday is a bank holiday in Britain, people were asked to spend their day off volunteering — and the royal kids led by example.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis joined their parents at 3rd Upton Scouts Hut in Slough, west of London, today for the Big Help Out. They helped volunteers renovate and improve the building (and had tons of fun while doing it!).

The Prince and Princess of Wales shared several photos of the day on Instagram, writing, “#TheBigHelpOut with The @scouts.”


In the post, you can see Prince Louis riding on his dad’s lap in an excavator, Princess Charlotte staining wood, and Prince George trying his hand at archery among other things. These three look so grown up!

“So lovely to see your 3 beautiful children helping out 👏👏👏❤️,” one person commented.

Another wrote, “Wonderful to see the kids working right along with their parents! It will have a lasting affect.”

“Thank you so much for taking the kids today! Such a beautiful surprise 😍😍😍,” someone else said. “It’s beautiful to see all 5 of you helping out and being just like any other family! What an example you guys are ❤️❤️❤️❤️.”

See more of the adorable pictures from the volunteering day below!

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