Prince George meets President Obama

Prince George meets President Obama

- It has been a very eventful Royal visit for President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama.

Handout photo issued by Kensington Palace of Prince George meeting US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at Kensington Palace, London, with Britain's Prince William April 22, 2016.

Prince George met President Barak Obama in his pajamas and the adorable photo will melt your heart.

Prince George's younger sister, 11-month-old Princess Charlotte, did not take part in the meet-and-greet.

The Obamas and the royals chat before dinner at the Kensington Palace drawing room.

They were also expected to discuss Britain's possible exit from the European Union, or Brexit, which Obama opposes, as well as the USA presidential campaign that will determine Obama's successor.

Prince George had a special visitor on Friday. President Barack Obama has arrived in Windsor, England, for a royal lunch with Queen Elizabeth II."Each time, the president has come away with an even deeper personal affection for her", said Obama spokesman Josh Earnest.

The images show a sleepy little George greeting the President and showing off his rocking horse in a monogrammed, white bath robe (aka the cutest outfit we've ever seen).

George offers Mr Obama a firm handshake.

The little prince also sat on the rocking horse that the Obamas had given him when he was born.

The US leader and his wife Michelle have developed a close bond with the Queen and her family, with the First Lady and the monarch striking up a firm friendship during the president's 2011 state visit to the UK.

Many reporters caught a glimpse of William and Kate's eldest child, Prince George, whose birth in 2013 sparked global media frenzy. (Photo via Kensington Palace, UK)Obama began his day with a visit to the famous Globe Theatre in London to join in commemorations to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death.

The question, however, was about priorities for his successor and the audience applauded loudly when the questioner suggested that person will be a "she", as in Democrat Hillary Clinton, or "could be Bernie", a reference to the other Democrat still in the race, Bernie Sanders.

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