The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been in Gloucestershire paying a visit to the Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford - the world's largest military airshow.
They brought Prince George along for his first visit where there were planes galore for him to enjoy.
The Cambridges also met members of the world famous red arrows, who are performing as part of the show.
The Duchess is patron of the Air Cadet Organisation and has visited the Air Tattoo stages official celebrations to mark the Air Cadets' 75th anniversary.
Both she and William met some of the 1,500 Air Cadets helping to run the airshow or taking part in the celebrations.
The Air Tattoo, staged at the Gloucestershire airfield in support of the RAF Charitable Trust, featured 247 aircraft from 19 nations last year.
- Watch the video: Prince George at Fairford
The airshow, which takes place from today until Sunday, will feature the international display debut of the Lockheed Martin F-35B fast jet.