Prince George is making friends everywhere he goes!
Kate Middleton and Prince William's little one spent time with 10 infants at Plunkett's Parents Group playdate at Government House in Wellington earlier today, but one tot in particular caught his eye.
Eden Alve seems to have had the one toy that Prince George wanted to get his hands on during the family-filled event.
The baby girl's mother, Ingrid Alve, told E! News that her daughter "had a few toys with her and Prince George came and took one of them off her."
But no hard feelings here, Eden "was happy to share her toys with him."
"They spent around 15 minutes together. They had a nice little bonding moment together, they were babbling at each other, as babies do," Ingrid added.
Prince George "seemed very excited to be with all the children and the toys."
And it's safe to say it was a very big day for 8-month-old Eden.
Her godmother, Alana Garland, revealed that she crafted Eden's dress specifically for her royal meeting!
"Eden has the most beautiful blue eyes, and so I picked a material that would show them off," she explained.
Eden, who was born about a week after the little prince, also donned a lace headband with matching flowers to complete her adorable look.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Eden's mom noticed that the two were gravitating towards one another, and chatted amongst themselves about being new mommies.
It looks like George has found himself a pal Down Under!