Prince George experienced plenty of excitement on Friday when he visited the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire -- the world's largest military airshow -- where he appeared to be a handful for his parents!
Duchess Kate and Prince William brought their adorable, scene-stealing 2-year-old to the event, where Prince George got to ride in a helicopter and see aircrafts like the Red Arrow Hawk up close.
He even got to meet some Air Cadets.
Though the toddler appeared to get a little overwhelmed as the day wore on, becoming a little fussy.
... Perhaps he just wanted his mom!
The Royal International Air Tattoo features 247 aircrafts from 19 countries. Friday's event, titled "The Next Generation: Inspiring Innovation," was put on to help encourage young people to get involved in the aviation industry. The show is especially personal to Prince William, given that he graduated from the Royal Air Force in January 2010.
Watch the video below to see how the father of two is making sure Prince George and his 1-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, are enjoying a normal childhood.