Prince George may still be too young to fly a plane, but he can at least look like a pilot for now.
His grandfather, Prince Charles, was given a mini flight jacket for the 10-month-old future king of England while at the Stevenson Campus Air Hanger in Winnipeg, Canada, on Wednesday.
Of course, the present is rather fitting seeing how George's dad, Prince William, is a pilot himself.
Charles and wife Camilla's visit there came on the couple's fourth and final day of their royal tour of Canada.
But if George's grandfather hopes to keep the jacket clean, he may want to make sure his grandson is not wearing it while around food.
After all, when the little guy recently met his cousin, 4-month-old Mia Grace, he apparently was a bit of a messy eater.
"George was eating all the time," Tindall recalled. "He'd got to that stage where more food goes on the table than in his mouth."