Prince George praised for having ‘eye for colour’ after nine-year-old’s festive painting | Royal | News

Prince George has been praised for having an “eye for color” after the nine-year-old produced a festive painting of a reindeer. Wrendale Designs’ Hannah Dale claimed George’s work was “lovely” and showed an impressive command of watercolors.

The Prince’s painting depicted a reindeer with robins perched on his body and antlers.

She told Hello! Magazine: “I think having a love of animals and love of nature is obviously something that’s maybe captured his attention.”

Ms Dale, from Lincolnshire, added: “That inspires me very much.”

She also explained how it was a “lovely surprise” to see the post shown on her social media feed.

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Dale recognized it was potentially influenced by one of her Christmas card designs.

George’s parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 40, used the painting to wish Instagram followers a Merry Christmas.

The post received more than 650,000 likes and many supporters took to the comments to praise the Prince.

User @ourfrenchtails said: “You have an artist in the family! Joyeux Noël!”

“Thank you for sharing, it’s so impressive. Merry Christmas.”

However, @allerdarnellmolina pointed out: “The artistic talent clearly has been inherited from both sides of the family.”

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