It's a family affair for Prince William, Kate Middleton and their new son, Prince George.
The three royals have been spending a few days at Balmoral Castle and seem to be enjoying their time away from the big city. Their vacation hasn't been entirely leisurely, however, as they hosted several guests at their countryside estate.
According to multiple reports, the Duke of Cambridge has even gone on a grouse shoot with the son of New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.
Kate kept busy during the boys' outing as well. She and the politician's daughter, Stephanie, 20, went on their own excursion through the woods.
The Key family spent a total of two days at the castle and shared plenty of quality time with the newest royal baby. Jealous, much?!
But don't get too green with envy just yet, it seems as though they didn't do much snuggling with the wee one. While Key did confirm that they all met the George, they didn't spend tons of time oogling over the babe.
The Prime Minister had nothing but nice things to say about the Duke and Duchess' bundle of joy though (obviously). He told the New Zealand Herald that the little prince is a "very bonny baby." How sweet!
Key's formal visit wasn't all about long walks in the park with the young royals.
He also had a meeting with Queen Elizabeth, who is New Zealand's head of state.