Prince William has been confirmed to join brother Harry at a charity polo match this weekend, prompting speculation the new dad maybe joined by wife Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and son Prince George.
The couple welcomed their first child last week and have since been living at Kate's parents home in Bucklebury, Berkshire where they're expected to stay for at least the next few weeks.
Prince William will return to work in North Wales on Monday following two weeks paternity leave, but according to The Mirror, has confirmed he'll play in a polo match in Ascot on Saturday sparking speculation his wife may join him.
Ascot is just a 45-minute drive from the Middleton's £7.5 million mansion and will mean Kate and Wills can enjoy quality time with their son before William gets back to work. It's not been confirmed whether Kate will travel with her husband to the Angelsey farmhouse where she's lived with Prince William for the last few years with Prince George, or stay with her parents.
Prince William played in a polo match a week before Kate gave birth (WENN)
Keen polo players Harry and William will play in the Audi Polo Challenge at the Coworth Park Hotel in aid of charity Skillforce, of which the Duke is patron as well as the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
The match will mark Prince William's first public engagement since becoming a father. His second will be an appearance at the Angelsey Show on August 14. The two day event will see the 31 year-old watch a falconry display and meet local farmers at the annual agricultural which attracts 56,000 attendees every year.
He's also slated to make a short speech - we wonder if he'll mention little 'Georgie' which grandfather Prince Charles nicknamed the third in line to the throne earlier this week.
Clarence House have reportedly confirmed the Duchess is not expected to attend the events, but you never know... she might fancy a day out with little George!