Prince George shows off his adorable manners during garden centre visit with the Duchess of Cambridge

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Kate and Wills are doing a fantastic job of raising their little prince it seems, after the country has been sent into a cuteness-induced-hysteria after hearing of George's adorably polite manners.

During a recent outing to enjoy some mum and son bonding time, The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George explored Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk. The pair decided to stop for a break, ordering some refreshments at the café shop.

It was here that a passer-by heard George, under direction of his mother, ordering himself a cake using his best manners!

'Kate said to George, "Ask the nice lady what you would like to have,"' a local told People magazine.

'George said, "Excuse me nice lady, but can I have..." and pointed to a cake on the counter.'

George then sat down to enjoy his choice with a fruit juice, a nice treat from his usually balanced diet which reportedly includes cereal and sliced banana for breakfast. We're glad to hear his mum is making sure he gets one of his five a day!

The garden centre is just a 25-minute drive from their country home Amner Hall, close to Prince George's school Westacre Montessori in East Walton. Apparently, George and his mum are often spotted by locals around the area enjoying trips together such as this one.

It's been a big month for George, who turned three on the 22nd July, which he reportedly celebrated with a tea party.

However, it might not be long before this quiet country life is no more for the prince and his family. Royal historian Robert Lacy thinks that as the Queen gets older and is less able to perform royal duties, the pressure will be on Kate and Wills - meaning more time spent in the capital.

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Robert told People magazine: 'The moment that Prince Charles becomes king, it is over. William will definitely have to come down to London and Kate too'.

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Colleen Gaskill

Absolutely. Civilized behavior is often a victim with social media.

Margaret Doney

It is nice to see someone reporting something nice about this delightful Child, makes a change from those that are always having a go at him and his Parents

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