Prince William, his wife, Kate Middleton, and their kids — Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — taking part in a variety of activities at the 3rd Upton Scout Group.
The royals visited the Brownie troop in Slough, England, to participate in an initiative titled “The Big Help Out” — a day full of charity and volunteering.
William, 40, and Kate, 41, accompanied the group to help remodel their Scout Hut, doing tasks such as excavating, sanding and painting.
At one point, William and George sat in a big yellow excavator to dig into a pile of dirt.
The father of three then took Louis up into the vehicle and steered it into the mud.
The family also wore matching burgundy and yellow ribbons that hung around their necks for the springtime outing.
Little Louis even drove a wheelbarrow into the grass that was full of debris.
The event was actually the tot’s first official royal engagement.