He might be a prince (and a baby prince, at that) but that doesn't mean he doesn't have to do some work around the castle.
Prince Charles has revealed that he likes to see George do some gardening, and even has him planting trees in their home.
Charles told BBC Radio 4 that the two-year-old has already been digging up a storm:
"The most important thing is I got him planting a tree or two here, so we planted it together and shovelled in the earth.
"I always like gardening – I hate to say this – from a child's point of view. It's a funny thing, because I have such happy memories of bits of garden at my grandmother's house,” said the 67-year-old.
"In Scotland and here [Highgrove] I have tried to design it with what would appeal to a child; it is the paths and the interests.
"I have tried to do that at Dumfries House as well. We have made a maze now up there which is rather fun, and I adored a maze when I was young. You just put yourself in the child's position and sometimes it works."
When we were two-years-old we doubt we even cared about gardening, but Charles sure sounds like he makes the work fun for George. And we'd just love to see that maze!