Prince George, Parents Arrive In Australia, More Cute Photos

After conquering the hearts of his royal subjects in New Zealand, Prince George and his parents have arrived in the land down under, Australia, with more images of His Royal Cuteness published in the media on Wednesday.

All eyes were on the eight-month-old Prince as he left in color coordinated outfits with mom, Kate Middleton and dad, Prince William and was seen touching down in Sydney looking refreshed and rested in an all white, sail-themed outfit, being carried by a proud papa.

Kate was stunning, wearing a simple, bright yellow dress and William looked very dapper in his navy suit, white shirt, and burgundy tie.

As we saw with the royal arrival in New Zealand, Prince George was on his best behavior — even though he seemed to be squirming a little more this time — and appeared to be taking everything in.

He was seen reaching out to one of the Australian dignitaries that had come to welcome Prince George, Kate, and William to the Commonwealth island nation.

For the first time during the royal tour, Prince George was spotted in the arms of his new nanny, 43-year-old Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. He didn’t look all too happy, but wasn’t crying as Kate and William were whisked away to fulfill their royal duties.

Poor Prince George looks like he's missing his mummy! http://t.co/h55gXE04IE pic.twitter.com/LuJrNOi1Q1

— Daily Mail Femail (@Femail) April 16, 2014

Prince George was undoubtedly the center of attention as the royal family arrived in Sydney, to continue on their three-week visit.

The New Zealand leg was full of formal and fun activities for the three Cambridges and on a couple of occasions Prince George joined William and Kate on their public appearances.

Most notably, there was the royal play date watched around the world, where Prince George played with other babies his age and was particularly interested in one little girl. News reports indicate that his parents are already getting dating suggestions for the future King of England.

[Image via Clarence House/Twitter]