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Prince George celebrates Father's Day—and he walks (photos!)

Big royal family news: Prince George walks! Check him out in his not-pink overalls looking on as Dad plays polo. Adorable...

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Hope everyone had a great Father's Day last weekend.

We know one father—Prince William—enjoyed his very first Father's Day. He participated in a charity polo match, in Cirencester, England, while his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) and their adorable little guy, Prince George, watched on the sidelines.

Everyone got all excited that Prince George wore pink overalls to the event. But, they're actually not pink; if you look closely, you'll see they're red-and-white striped. Mom also wore stripes, and looked relaxed and casual in jeans and flats.

But, aside from the pink, no one's too focused on what the Prince or the Duchess are wearing (shocker). No! Because look who's walking!

Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet

(Not the best photo of the momentous event, I know. Here's a better one.) Kate recently intimated that George has taken his first steps, but this is the first time we're getting to see for ourselves. Go, George, go!

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Hmmm, and he's not even one year old, so it looks like he's a determined little guy!

My kids didn't start walking until they were 16 and 17 months, respectively. When did your kids take their first steps?

Here's a photo of the happy father for the road...

Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet Photo: FameFlynetUK/FameFlynet

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This article was originally published on Jun 17, 2014

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