William and Kate Share Another Picture of George

10/26/2013 at 05:20 PM EDT

William and Kate Share Another Picture of George
Prince William, Kate and their son, George
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It looks like Prince William and his wife, Kate, are like any other proud parents who like to show off pics of their baby.

The royal couple released another sweet photo of their 3-month-old, Prince George, on Saturday that shows the loving bond the new family shares.

The future king of England can be seen smiling at his mom in the intimate moment captured in the Morning Room at Clarence House following his christening on Wednesday.

Wearing a replica of the satin and lace gown originally commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1841, William and Kate's first-born child was baptized in the Chapel Royal at St. James Palace using water from the River Jordan.



The 35-minute ceremony was attended by William and Kate's immediate family and George's seven godparents and their spouses.

The royal couple had worried that George would follow in the footsteps of his father, William, who cried during his own baptism in 1982, but Kate said afterwards that the little prince behaved perfectly.

"He was such a good boy actually," she said. "We're very lucky, he's not always like that."

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