Let's face it, anything that Prince George does will melt your heart and make you extremely giddy.
And now, it has been revealed that everyone's favourite five-year-old Prince has an ADORABLE nickname for his grandfather, Prince Charles.
According to The Daily Mail, the young prince calls him "Grandpa Wales", which is similar to the nickname his "Gan Gan" The Queen called her own grandfather - "Grandpa England".
It's not surprising that Prince George and his "Grandpa Wales" have a very special relationship, especially as George is the first grandchild of Prince Charles'.
When Prince William and Duchess Kate's eldest son was just two years old, Prince Charles refurbished his own son's childhood tree house for George.
The beloved play area, which was restored to its former glory when it was gifted to Prince Harry and Prince William in 1989, is located in the stunning garden's of Highgrove estate in Gloucester, which has been Prince Charles' life work.
And now his adorable grandson has a special place reserved among the breath-taking greenery - to share with his siblings we suspect!
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Like any family, the royals all have very special nicknames for one another - already, included is Duchess Meghan Markle.
According to the Mail On Sunday, Prince Charles, 69, has been so impressed with his daughter-in-law that he's started to call her "Tungsten" after the rare metal because she's "tough and unbending just like the very strong metal."
Indeed, the royal baptism of fire Meghan Markle has faced would be enough to upend almost anyone but the Duchess of Sussex has taken it all in her stride.
"Prince Charles admires Meghan for her strength and the backbone she gives Harry, who needs a tungsten-type figure in his life as he can be a bit of a softy. It's become a term of endearment," an insider explained to the publication.
But it doesn't just stop at Meghan!
Prince William and Duchess Catherine call each other poppet, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex apparently refer to each other as "Meg and Haz", and now "bump" for their impending arrival.
"Cabbage", "Darling" and "Lilibet" are just a few of the sweet titles Prince Philip has for his wife, The Queen; Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have long called each other "Fred" and "Gladys" and Princess Diana used to call William "Wombat" and Harry "Ginger" when they were little.
Once she's developed a close enough rapport, Meghan Markle will be able to call the Queen "Mama"!
We don't know about you, but we think these are just gorgeous.