Seriously. How do you choose just one?
After all, during the royal family's recently wrapped tour of New Zealand and Australia, numerous adorable pics were snapped of Prince George as he traveled around with Kate Middleton and Prince William.
But of all the photos, it seems the Duchess of Cambridge has a favorite—the one taken by photographer Simon Woolf during her son's playdate at Government House in Wellington, which shows the little future king of England happily resting his head on his mommy's shoulder.
"She said it was just lovely and that it was her favorite photo of the tour," Woolf told reporters, adding that he gave Kate a black-and-white version of the shot when she and her family left New Zealand.
Meanwhile, at one point during her time Down Under, Kate revealed she missed her dog Lupo after she was given a toy for her pet by a young female fan outside the Australian National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.
"Oh, thank you so much!" she said, according to The Express. "Everyone gives me presents for George, but nobody knows how much I'm missing my own dog. This is the first present I've received for my dog and I'm really happy because I do miss him. He'll be really happy to have this to play with."
Last Friday, William, Kate and George wrapped up their 19-day visit and headed home.
A spokesperson for Kensington Palace told E! News, "The tour of New Zealand and Australia has been an incredible experience for both The Duke and Duchess and the couple really have enjoyed it immensely."
It continued, "We always said this would be an opportunity for the Duke to introduce both countries to the Duchess and Prince George and the couple have been bowled over by the extraordinarily warm welcome shown to them as a family by people everywhere they went."