Prince William poses with George, Charlotte, Louis: PHOTO

Prince William poses with George, Charlotte, Louis for Father's Day photo
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The royal family celebrated Father’s Day by releasing an adorable new photo Prince William with him and princess kateHas three children.

William, dressed in matching blue outfits, was accompanied by Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince George, 9, who both smiled at him, while Prince Louis, 5, hugged his father from behind.

Although it was released on Saturday, June 17, just before Father’s Day, this photo was taken by Millie Pilkington Earlier this year at the Windsor Estate. The photographer also snapped adorable pictures of Louis, released for his birthday in April, wearing the same sweater his mom pushed him in the wheelbarrow.

The kids are all smiles, as is their dad, but that doesn’t mean they shy away from serious topics. The Prince of Wales, 40, revealed he is trying to help his children understand homelessness, which is close to his heart.

“When I left this morning, one of the things I was thinking about was, ‘When is the right time to bring George or Charlotte or Louis into a homeless organization?’ I think when I can balance it with their schooling, they will definitely be exposed to it,” William told London many times In an interview published on Saturday. “On the drive to school, we talk about what we see. When we were in London, driving back and forth, we regularly saw people sitting outside supermarkets and we talked about .

He continued: “I would say to the kids, ‘Why are they there? What’s going on?’ I think it’s in all of our best interests, it’s the right thing to do, to expose kids to the right dialogue, on the right platform, so they have an understanding. They [will] grew up knowing that in fact, do you know some of us are very lucky, some of us need a little help, some of us need to do a little more where we help others to better their lives I can help.

William has made ending homelessness one of his lifelong missions and later this month will unveil the Royal Foundation’s new long-term project aimed at helping the cause.

“In my work, I get to meet these people, I get to hear stories, I get to feel it, I get to see it. To me — and I’ve heard from them myself — that means a lot,” said Throne The successor explained. “They’ve become invisible. It’s really important that society acknowledges that someone is out there and they’re going through a tough time. It shouldn’t happen but it’s out there. You can’t ignore it.”